The crosswinds of freedom
Beginning with Franklin Roosevelt's taking office in March of 1933, the author chronicles the most extraordinary period in American history--a time of depression, war, social and cultural upheaval, and incredible economic prosperity.He offers shrewd portraits of the nine presidents who seved over the 56 years.
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The Arc of Conflict
The Crisis of Majority Rule
Strategies of Freedom
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