Main Drift and Great Task

Bliven, Bruce; Lerner, Max; Soule, George
November 1943
New Republic;11/29/43, Vol. 109 Issue 22, p789
Presents information on problems that are being faced by the U.S. in formulating policies for the postwar world. Importance of settling disputes between Great Britain, Soviet Union and the U.S. for the reorganization of the European life; Future of the U.S. in a peace settlement under the leadership of President Franklin D. Roosevelt; Appreciation of the leadership quality of President Roosevelt; Information on the election machinery existent in the U.S.; Negotiations over problems of divergent national economic interests.


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