WAR AND PEACE: The Case for Union

Federal Union is an organization formed (in July 1939) for one purpose: to push Clarence Streit's plan for a union of 15 democracies, as laid out in his book, Union Now. Last week Federal Union had 60 U. S. chapters, 60 more being organized, was cooperating with similar organizations abroad. The British organization had 250 chapters, 10,000 members. U. S. Federal Unionists were winding up a $250,000 fund-raising drive, had 3,000 college-student and faculty members, were in the midst of a campaign to form Federal Union groups in labor unions. Outside such organized groups, Federal Union had "adherents" whose...

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