What Is the Middle West Thinking?

Dilliard, Irving
December 1940
New Republic;12/23/40, Vol. 103 Issue 26, p863
Focuses on the policy of the Middle West towards the U.S. and Great Britain. Approval of a program by the Middle West, for sharing the U.S. defense resources; Opposition of the Middle West to finance another war for Great Britain; Electoral votes given by Iowa for utilities executive; Wendell Lewis Willkie; Criticism of the U.S. administration by Iowa farmers.


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