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Roosevelt, the soldier of freedom

James MacGregor Burns

Roosevelt, the soldier of freedom

by James MacGregor Burns

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Published by Easton Press in Norwalk, Conn .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Roosevelt, Franklin D. 1882-1945,
    • World War, 1939-1945 -- United States

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJames MacGregor Burns.
      SeriesThe Library of the presidents
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE807 .B836 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 722 p., [16] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages722
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1964250M
      LC Control Number90197211

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      Roosevelt: The Lion & The Fox and The Soldier of Freedom Septem WW2 Reads Book Reviews 0 President Franklin D. Roosevelt signing the Declaration of War against Japan, December 8, AR Hailed by William Shirer as “the definitive book on Roosevelt in the war years,” and by bestselling author Barbara Tuchman as “engrossing, informative, endlessly readable,” The Soldier of Freedom is a moving profile of a leader gifted with rare political talent in an era of extraordinary challenges, sacrifices, heroism, and : Open Road Media.

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"Roosevelt: The Soldier of Freedom" is the second volume of James MacGregor Burns' magisterial two-volume biography of Franklin D. Roosevelt, the first major scholarly biography of FDR after his death in (The first volume is "Roosevelt: The Lion and the Fox," which chronicles FDR's early life and political career.)Cited by: Roosevelt: The Soldier of Freedom () is the second of two volumes in James MacGregor Burnss series on FDR.

Published in (fourteen years after the first volume) this biography won the Pulitzer Prize for History. Burns was a historian, biographer and professor at Williams College for nearly 40 years. He died in at the age /5. “Roosevelt: The Soldier of Freedom ()” is the second of two volumes in James MacGregor Burns’s series on FDR.

Published in (fourteen years after the first volume) this biography won the Pulitzer Prize for History. Burns was a historian, biographer and professor at Williams College for nearly 40 years. He died in   Hailed by William Shirer as “the definitive book on Roosevelt in the war years,” and by bestselling author Barbara Tuchman as “engrossing, informative, endlessly readable,” The Soldier of Freedom is a moving profile of a leader gifted with rare political talent in an era of extraordinary challenges, sacrifices, heroism, and hardship.4/4(5).

Roosevelt: The Soldier of Freedom won the Pulitzer Prize, the Parkman Prize, and the National Book Award. The first volume of The American Experiment also received a Pulitzer Prize.

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Roosevelt: the soldier of freedom by Burns, James MacGregor. Publication date Topics of war -- The state of the nation -- The flickering torch -- Casablanca -- The administration -- The strategy of freedom -- Coalition: crisis and renewal -- The lords of the hill -- The dominion of Mars -- The fateful lightning -- The grand Pages: The book also presents Roosevelt's interpretation of the meaning of the war and his vision for a better post-war world.

As one of the reviews states on the back of the book, "Soldier of Freedom" combines rigorous scholarship while being enjoyable to read/5(3).

Acclaimed by William Shirer as “the definitive book on Roosevelt in the war years,” and by bestselling author Barbara Tuchman as “engrossing, informative, endlessly readable,” The Soldier of Freedom is a moving profile of a leader gifted with rare political talent in an era of extraordinary : Open Road Media.

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Hailed by William Shirer as “the definitive book on Roosevelt in the war years,” and by bestselling author Barbara Tuchman as “engrossing, informative, endlessly readable,” The Soldier of Freedom is a moving profile of a leader gifted with rare political talent in an era of extraordinary challenges, sacrifices, heroism, and hardship/5(5).

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Roosevelt, the first major scholarly biography of FDR after his death in (The first volume is "Roosevelt: The Lion and the Fox," which chronicles FDR's early life and political career.)/5().

Hailed by William Shirer as “the definitive book on Roosevelt in the war years,” and by bestselling author Barbara Tuchman as “engrossing, informative, endlessly readable,” The Soldier of Freedom is a moving profile of a leader gifted with rare political talent in an era of extraordinary challenges, sacrifices, heroism, and hardship/5().

But all these subthemes relate back ultimately to the divisions in America and the two souls in Roosevelt's breast. ""He was indeed, in all the symbolic and ironic senses of the term, a soldier of freedom."" A rich historical portrait, supplemented with 40 cartoons and 16 pages of illustrations.

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