What the New Deal Did
David M. Kennedy revisits the New Deal’s relevance to our own time. He concludes that the stubborn persistence of the Great Depression through the decade of the 1930s opened the political space for the New Deal’s greatest accomplishments, all of which were aimed at reducing risk in key sectors of the economy and imparting a measure of security to American life for generations thereafter.
Roosevelt and Hitler: Prelude to War, Robert Edwin Herzstein
Reviewed by David M. Kennedy
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CONTINUING ISSUES IN U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY
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