TITLE

American and European Reaction

PUB. DATE
September 1943
SOURCE
New Republic;9/27/43, Vol. 109 Issue 13, p410
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Contemplates the status of ongoing democratic revolutions and labor movements in Europe after the end of the World War II. Apprehension that the U.S. and Great Britain may become bastions of counter-revolution; Handling of the issue of negotiation with the Italian general Pietro Badoglio by the U.S. with restraint to reassure U.S. progressiveness and the U.S. labor; Contention that the ruling groups in the U.S. and Great Britain have fought the World War II out of fear of survival rather than a basic hatred of fascism and belief in democracy; Failure of the Allied forces to take into confidence the Italian people regarding their policy towards that country; Argument that there is a need for uniting Italians in a common effort to drive the Nazis out of Italy.
ACCESSION #
14685501

 

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