www.time.com -- After seven years of Franklin Roosevelt, the U.S. was still in the dumps, offered no example to the rest of the world as to how to get along. Best Roosevelt deeds of 1939 were his earnest but unheeded plumpings for peace. Joseph Stalin's actions in 1939, by contrast, were positive, surprising, world-shattering.
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