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Hard Bargain: How FDR Twisted Churchill's Arm, Evaded The Law, And Changed The Role Of The American Presidency

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With Hard Bargain, Robert Shogan offers an account of one of World War II’s most dramatic chapters—the story of how Franklin D. Roosevelt secretly brokered a deal to provide the destroyers Winston Churchill needed to save Britain from destruction. At the center of the momentous events of 1940 are two extraordinary leaders: Churchill, the forthright pragmatist, and Roosevel ...more
Paperback, 328 pages
Published September 10th 1999 by Basic Books (first published April 1st 1995)
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