The Shape of Things to Come

November 1944
New Republic;11/20/44, Vol. 111 Issue 21, p628
Comments on the prospects for American foreign policy and politics under the administration of U.S. President Roosevelt. Meeting with Churchill and Stalin to discuss issues on war strategy and world security; Background information on Roosevelt; Analysis of the election campaign during the presidential elections.


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