The "U" Powers

Huxley, Julian
October 1941
New Republic;10/13/41, Vol. 105 Issue 15, p460
Presents views of the author on future of Great Britain, the United States and the Soviet Union. Information on the entry of the Soviet Union in the war; Focus on self sufficiency of the Soviet Union; Information on trade and economic condition of the Soviet Union; Assumptions that the Soviet Union will be important member of international relations; Recognition of individualist laissez-faire in the nineteenth-century by the United States; Need for retaining democratic freedom, personal initiative and individual variety; Emphasis on culture in the United States; Possibilities of providing housing accommodations; Isolationism in the United States being a minority movement fighting a losing battle; Necessity of large-scale exchange of information and personnel among the Soviet Union, the Allies and the United States on every conceivable subject; Encouragement to journalistic and unofficial contacts; Opinion of the author on combination of the powers of the United States, Great Britain and the Soviet Union; Need of social development in the Soviet Union; Introduction of large scale development; Involvement of Germany in the developmental planning.


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