By Harrison Summers Kerrick

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Had they died in 1861 and 1941 respectively, they would be completely unknown today. Their remarkable rise to world fame is central to the American dream. They proved in their persons that anyone could climb to the top in the United States. What made them even more appealing as folk heroes to their countrymen was that they embodied the essence of America. "2 Their fathers were men who worked with their hands. Grant's father was a tanner, Eisenhower's father was a mechanic. The two boys, Ulysses and Dwight, grew up in small Midwestern houses, hardly traveled out of GRANT AND EISENHOWER 33 their home counties, knew no luxuries and had to scrape for necessities, went to public schools where they were indifferent students and showed little in the way of leadership traits except in athletic endeavors.

Four days later Adolf Hitler, for one of the few times in his career, kept a promise and joined his Japanese ally in declaring war on the United States, probably driven by bottled-up rage and the recognition that war was inevitable. It was an ill-judged move. Each of America's adversaries had now clearly been the aggressor, and so, as in the case of Fort Sumter, the American people came out fighting mad. There would be no war-weary parleying. As in the case of Lincoln and Fort Sumter, some of those who like to believe that nothing important is accidental have theorized that Roosevelt knowingly rigged the debacle at Pearl, that he somehow lured the Japanese into striking.

During the spring and summer of 1938, Hitler's agents stirred up violent Sudeten German protests against Czech rule. Chamberlain's resolve was weakened by his feeling that the outbreaks had some moral justification and did not concern Britain directly. By tossing Czechoslovakia to the wolves, he hoped to appease Hitler and buy time. As Hitler's new army crouched to spring, Mussolini, who had nothing to gain from war, prevailed on Hitler to meet Chamberlain and French Premier Daladier at Munich.

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