The Will to Believe is the first study of America's approach to the
war that examines all major U.S. perspectives across the political
spectrum and analyzes Wilson's security strategy from the beginning
of U.S. neutrality through the end of his presidency. Historian
Ross A. Kennedy focuses on how three competing groups--pacifists,
liberal internationalists, and Atlanticists--addressed such issues
as the nature of the international system, the impact of security
policies on domestic freedom, the value of alliances and
multinational organizations, and the relationship between democracy
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