THE PRESIDENCY: When the War Ends

When World War II ends, it will not have ended the dislocations of the modern world. It did not begin, as did World War I, with a passionate conviction on both sides that victory would automatically end the evils that led to war. It is not likely to end in the mood of the Armistice of 1918, when millions believed that peace terms alone could bring into existence a new, warless and equitable world order.

But World War II will end, and last week President Roosevelt and the U. S. State Department...

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