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December 1944
New Republic;12/25/44, Vol. 111 Issue 26, p851
Comments on the task of winning the war against Germany and Japan that is confronting the member countries of the United Nations (UN). Need for the UN-member countries to maintain good relations with each other and their alliance against the Germans and the Japanese; Comparison and contrast of heads of state Winston Churchill; Josef Stalin and Franklin Roosevelt; Implications on world politics.


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