Starting with Greenhaven's Fall 2005 season, new releases in the expansive At Issue series received a facelift that is both useful and more attractive. In a welcome change from the series' previous, rather stark look, covers of both hardcover and paperback editions now feature photos, striking black backdrops, and color-coded type cued to thematic subseries, now indicated on each cover (Religion, Social Issues, and National Security, for example)."
--Library Journal, April 2006
"This book will give students an understanding of a difficult time in American history."
-- School Library Journal (September 2002)
"This collection of primary-source material presents a well-balanced treatise on who knew what, and when, and who was responsible. This title deals with a debate that is seldom addressed."
-- School Library Journal (July 2002)
"As with books in the long-running Opposing Viewpoints series, the excerpts here clearly express opposing opinions on an issue...The effect of the entire volume is to create an informative, many-sided representation."
-- Booklist (May 2002)