The United States decision to enter the First World War in April, 1917 marked a step on its path to global power. This book examines how and why Woodrow Wilson's Administration, amid bitter debates between advocates and foes of war, abandoned an initial neutrality in 1914 for military intervention by 1917.
"...covers the debates and controversy surrounding American involvement in the First World War. Chapters discuss American neutrality concerns, arguments for and against the decision for war, and all the discussions surrounding American participation overseas."
--Children's Bookwatch (November 2004)
Price: US $26.70