Obbligato: Notes on a Foreign Service Career, Wiliam H. Sullivan
Franklin D. Roosevelt's Diplomacy and American Catholics, Italians, and Jews, Leo V. Kanawada Reviewed by Joseph Losos
The Creation of the Anglo-American Alliance 1937-41: A Study in Competitive Co-operation, David Reynolds ; Ambiguous Partnership: Britain and America 1944-1947, Robert Hathaway Reviewed by Joseph Losos
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