Under Wraps

For the third time since Pearl Harbor, reporters last week were not permitted to tell the U.S. where the President was nor what he was doing. The President had wrapped himself in wartime secrecy. At each press conference he still greeted the reporters with the remark that he had no news today—but now he meant it. He had made no report to the nation on the state of the war since his message to Congress on Jan. 5, would not speak to the U.S. again until Feb. 23. But he worked. The President:

>Sent word to Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek that...

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