World Box-Score and Domestic Matters

April 1944
New Republic;4/3/44, Vol. 110 Issue 14, p469
Presents information on the socio-political conditions in the U.S. Allies of the World War II showing signs of disunity among themselves; Claim that U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt is feeling the need of satisfying growing democratic restiveness over the interpretations of the Atlantic Charter; View that if the Senate and President couldn't agree on a peace treaty, say, the player would move back 20 years and lose 100 tokens, representing a million lives. Information about upcoming Presidential elections.


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