The Week

May 1943
New Republic;5/17/43, Vol. 108 Issue 20, p651
This article presents the author's perspective on news for the week of May 3, 1943. The author praises the Allied victory in Tunisia and predicts the tide of war has finally turned against Adolf Hitler and Germany. He expresses his bafflement at the criteria used by the administrators of the Pulitzer Prizes, despite the merits of Upton Sinclair's "Dragon's Teeth."


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