The Death of Diplomatic Possibility: How the Death of FDR Exacerbated and Solidified the Cold War

      Eric Kenyon
The Death of Diplomatic Possibility: How the Death of FDR Exacerbated and Solidified the Cold War

An analysis of how the death of Franklin Delano Roosevelt contributed greatly to the extreme nature of post-World War II politics, and accelerated the Cold War.On the coast of California between Los Angeles and San Francisco is the quaint village of Crescent Bay. In the past it was an active port for smugglers, but now it serves as a tourist destination for those seeking cute shops, seaside relaxation and nautical history.Part of Crescent Bay's history sits on the outskirts of the village, an abandoned lighthouse overlooking the cliffs.It is said that on foggy nights you can see the wispy figure of a woman standing on the gallery of the lighthouse, searching the sea. Some claim that they have seen her jump over the edge and plunge to her death.Two unsuspecting individuals land in Crescent Bay, a grieving woman seeking her future, and an industrious man longing to bring the lighthouse’s past back to life.But sometimes the past wants to be left alone.

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