TITLE

The Home Stretch

PUB. DATE
November 1944
SOURCE
New Republic;11/6/44, Vol. 111 Issue 19, p579
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on political and economic developments all across the world. Description about the failure of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt both in foreign policy and on the domestic front; Political campaign by presidential candidate Thomas E. Dewey posing challenges to Roosevelt; Dramatic victory of the U.S. on Japan during the World War II; Discuss that the decline of Chinese resistance to the Japanese, and the fading hopes that China might become a great base for the armed forces of other United Nations, concentrate attention upon the second approach to Japan; Strategies of political campaign by Roosevelt in Philadelphia and Chicago; Political significance of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill's report to the House of Commons on his Moscow discussion; Hypocritical request by Argentina for a meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the American Republics; Appreciation of Senator Joseph H. Ball's radio address, which explains why he is supporting President Roosevelt instead of his fellow Republican Thomas E. Dewey; Declination by the Soviet Union to participate in the International Aviation Conference which began in Chicago on November 1; Talk of diplomat Henry J. Kaiser of Portland, Oregon, with the President about industrial reconversion; Judgment of California's Second District Court of Appeal on the Sleepy Lagoon case, which is about the conviction of the twelve Mexican boys for murder during a wave of anti-Mexican hysteria early in 1943.
ACCESSION #
14768034

 

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