A British View of "Union Now"

June 1941
New Republic;6/30/41, Vol. 104 Issue 26, p880
Focuses on the proposal of U.S. politician Clarence Streit to sign a union agreement with Great Britain as a means first of winning the war and thereafter of ensuring the peace. Details about the proposal which intends that Great Britain and the U.S. should form a federation with a constitution of the American type; Discussion of the impracticability of the proposal; Information on the policy making pattern of the governments of both countries; Difficulties that both governments would encounter if a federal union is formed by them; Alternative proposals to win the war.


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