Foreign Policy of the Roosevelt Administration

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Foreign Policy in the Presidential Campaign

Continuance of the war in Europe may be expected to project the foreign policy of the Roosevelt administration into a place of prominence in the presidential campaign, although opportunities for political debate in that field may be limited by the absence of sharp differences between the Democratic and Republican positions. Prevalence of disturbed conditions throughout a large part of the world ever since President Roosevelt took office has made conduct of the foreign relations of the United States a primary ...

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