World: For Good or Ill

We have now a complete plan . . . and this plan we are going to carry out according to our policy during the next nine months, before the end of which we will make efforts to meet again. . . . For good or ill we know our minds.—Winston Churchill.

Last week Mr. Churchill and his collaborator, Franklin Roosevelt, in separate but carefully correlated accounts, reported on the war and made some prophecies. Mr. Churchill dealt mostly with immediate problems and gains; Mr. Roosevelt, with the grand objectives (see p. 15). Doubtless the...

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