FOREIGN RELATIONS: The Great Challenge

After 31,000 miles' travel about the world at war, Wendell Willkie reported to the people of the U.S. The speech contained little of the color many had expected, little of the big Indianan's personal experiences with the geography and the big & little people of the world. The speech drove mainly at the single outstanding world-fact that Willkie came back with:

The peoples of all the world look toward the U.S. with hope and a feeling of affection. There is a great "reservoir of good will" toward the U.S. But that reservoir is leaking because: 1) U.S. performance has not...

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