America and France

January 1944
New Republic;1/24/44, Vol. 110 Issue 4, p104
Focuses on the deteriorating political relations between the French Committee of National Liberation and the U.S. Impact of this political hostility on the task of the French Committee of National Liberation; Effects of the U.S. State Department's negative attitude toward the French Committee; Obstacles to an understanding between the State Department and the French Committee; Personalism on the part of the State Department officials responsible for the French policy; Suggestion that only a bold reversal of the State Department's recalcitrant attitude toward the French Committee.


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