TITLE

It's Roosevelt Again!

PUB. DATE
November 1944
SOURCE
New Republic;11/13/44, Vol. 111 Issue 20, p613
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on several issues related to U.S. politics and world politics. Positive reaction on the election of U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt; Military campaigns against the southern borders of Germany; Fall of the Schelde estuary in Belgium into the hands of the Allies; Disadvantage of using landing crafts; Military campaign of General Douglas MacArthur in the Philippines; Dismissal of Homer P. Rainey, president of the University of Texas, by the Board of Regents in a fight over academic freedom; Religious debate in France and Germany; Iranian government's refusal to grant to the Soviet Union concessions for the exploitation of the Kevir and Khurian oil deposits.
ACCESSION #
14768165

 

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