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    One conflict is the difficulty George Messersmith has of convincing the American government that Germany is planning to escalate individual confrontations into a war. Another conflict is...

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    The answer to this can be found on the last page of Chapter 18. There, Larson tells us that any military action taken against Hitler and Nazi Germany at that time would surely have led to the...

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    This question can best be answered by reading Chapter 3 in In the Garden of Beasts. The answer can be best seen at the very end of the chapter. According to Erik Larson, Martha told Bassett...

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    I have changed your question to say “at the end of Chapter 4” instead of “at this point.” I did so because this question is the last question in the Chapter 4 discussion questions provided...

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    There are two places in Chapter 4 where answers to this question may be found. The first is on pages 30 and 31 (this is according to a search of Amazon’s searchable paperback edition). The next...

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    The answer to this can be found toward the end of Chapter 4. A search of Amazon’s paperback edition shows that it is on page 37. My own copy is on Kindle so I cannot verify that page number. On...

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    In this early part of the book, Erik Larson is trying to demonstrate for us what sort of a man William Dodd was. This will be important to the book as a whole since much of the book is devoted to...

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