The Week

February 1943
New Republic;2/15/43, Vol. 108 Issue 7, p195
This article presents a summary of world events during the week of February 15, 1943. The author is optimistic that the Allies are gaining ground on the German war machine of Adolf Hitler, though he cautions against overconfidence in finishing World War II. He is critical of Senator Kenneth McKellar of Tennessee for his repeated attacks on the Tennessee Valley Authority. He also warns of a food shortage and encourages people to grow their own.


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