"Postwar International Problems

May 1944
New Republic;5/1/44, Vol. 110 Issue 18, p603
Focuses on the political developments related to the United States. Attempts being made to create a postwar international organization with specified areas of operations; Intentions to retain the International Labor Office; Plan for the International Monetary Fund to look into economic matters in the transition phase; Creation of permanent organization on Food and Agriculture; Views that military leaders have worked with greater speed than diplomatic officials; Possibility for Earl Warren, governor of California, to be the vice-presidential nominee for the Republican Party; Alben W. Barkley, the Senator, to be a keynote speaker at the Democratic convention; Support of Peter Fraser, the Prime Minister of New Zealand, for international cooperation after the World War II.


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