The patterned narrative approach to three specific phases revealing the isolation, lassitude, immaturity of American...

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SEEN FROM E.A.: Three International Episodes

The patterned narrative approach to three specific phases revealing the isolation, lassitude, immaturity of American inter-war diplomacy, in our search for national security. These fragments of history,- our efforts to stockpile rubber; our diplomatic entanglements in scouring oil reserves in the Middle East; the dissolution of collective security in the Italo-Abyssinian affair, are specifically cited as significant in our downward path toward World War II. Speaking as Economic Advisor to the State Department, Feis has access to inside information for an analytical, informative report on events past. Chiefly of documentary value.

Pub Date: Jan. 9, 1946

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Publisher: Knopf

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Jan. 1, 1946