Not Enough Jitters

Bliven, Bruce
August 1940
New Republic;8/12/40, Vol. 103 Issue 7, p208
The article discusses American complacency to the possibility of entering into World War II. Many Americans believe that Britain can hold out against Germany, and even if they don't the United States has nothing to fear from the Third Reich. This attitude is dangerous because all evidence suggests Adolf Hitler wishes to control the entire world.


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