Devil's Advocate

T. R. B.
July 1943
New Republic;7/5/43, Vol. 109 Issue 1, p19
Focuses on speculations regarding the change of approach on the part of the U.S. administration led by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in the political tensions in North Africa. Reference to two recent transfers within the State Department that are seen as associated with the change in strategy towards North Africa; Probability associated with the budding criticism against the change in strategy; Clarification regarding the authority of the U.S. Presidents when it comes to drafting foreign policies.


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