The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 95, July 1991 - April, 1992 Page: 292
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Southwestern Hzstorical Quarterly
But Mr. Casdorph is more concerned with description than analysis. His con-
cluding paragraph sums up the matter: "The forty-five months from Decem-
ber 1941 . . . until the closing hoopla of August 1945 were filled with unceasing
movement; the good times rolled as the country joined in the crusade to beat
Hitler and Tojo, and for those Americans who did not suffer in combat or lose
loved ones, World War II was nothing short of wonderful" (p. 258).
It would be interesting to see how many Americans old enough to vote in the
election of 1940 would agree with this jolly generalization.
Austzn ELSPETH RosTOW
Permian Historical Society
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