War and Revolution

August 1943
New Republic;8/9/43, Vol. 109 Issue 6, p179
Analyses the political developments taking place around the world in light of the ongoing World War II. Contemplation of the possibility of establishing a democratic political arrangement in the post-fascism era in Italy after the World War II; Analysis of the role of the U.S. in the emerging popular revolution in Italy against German domination and the nazism and fascism; Settlement of differences between military officers Charles de Gaulle and Henri Giraud in North Africa according to which Giraud is to be commander-in-chief of all French forces and de Gaulle is to be chairman of a new Committee of National Defense; Rioting in Harlem (N.Y.) which was sparked off when a white policeman shot and wounded an African-American soldier; Fear of spiraling inflation due to the provision of war finance in the revised budget estimates of the U.S.; Issue of the U.S. Navy's disobeying the U.S. President, who ordered the contract for the Elk Hills Naval Oil Reserve with the Standard Oil Co. to be rescinded; Seeking of public opinion on the question whether the American Labor Party throughout New York City should come under the control of Communist Party; Viewpoints of President James G. Patton of the National Farmers' Union regarding the inflationists who oppose price and wage stabilization to contain inflation in the U.S.; Details of an Internal Revenue report forwarded by U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau which is said to contain financial manipulations between John L. Lewis of United Mine Workers and the B Mine near Springfield, Illinois.


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