The Week

August 1942
New Republic;8/10/42, Vol. 107 Issue 6, p155
Focuses on the socio political events across the world. Concerns over the Japanese advance in the Aleutians; Disturbance in the military situation between the United States and Great Britain over the issue of ground crews; Fears that the Japanese may take over India with Great Britain losing the war; Renomination of some allegedly dangerous isolationists in the United States Congress; Warnings by the British Air Marshall, Sir Arthur T. Harris to revolt against dictatorship of Chancellor Adolf Hitler or face rampage at the hands of Great Britain; Lack of compulsion leading to lack of voluntary cooperation among the people in the U.S. and Great Britain; Regard to the civil rights of people arrested for sedition without due regard to the dignity and power of the United States Government in wartime.


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