Going to War with Japan, 1937-1941
How did Japan and the United States end up at waron December 7, 1941? What American decisions might have provoked the Japanese decision to attack Pearl Harbor? In this classic study of the run up to World War II, Utley examines the ways domestic politics shaped America's response to Japanese moves in the Pacific.
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