A collection of new and exciting essays from leading experts on a key period in American history. Written by a team of eminent historians with international reputations for their work in this period, it covers the presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt during the Depression and the Second World War. This book is destined to make a significant contribution to historical writing about the Roosevelt era. It offers new perspectives on well-established and important issues and themes such as social welfare policy, the politics and bureaucracy of the Roosevelt administrations, the culture of the New Deal era, foreign policy and external relations, and the Roosevelt legacy since 1945.
The Roosevelt Years
Edinburgh University Press
New Perspectives on American History, 1933-45
European Papers in American History, 7