Beyond the Atlantic Charter

Wallace, Henry A.
November 1942
New Republic;11/23/42, Vol. 107 Issue 21, p667
Focuses on the views expressed by Henry A. Wallace, the Vice President of the U.S., regarding relations of the Soviet Union and the U.S. during the Soviet Friendship rally in New York City. Views that number of Russian being injured and killed during the World War II has been more than another European countries; Revelation of desire of Americans to help the Soviet Union through the rally; Opinion that both countries retreated into isolationism to preserve their peace; Attempts of both nations for the education, productivity and happiness of common people; Guarantee of peace provided by the form of democracy being opted by both; Opinion that future of the world after the War need cooperation of other countries also.


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