INTERNATIONAL: Churchill to the World

For the first time in World War II, the Allies this week had an outline of postwar aims. The plan is simple. It is not an American plan; all that the world yet has from Franklin Roosevelt is the glossy Atlantic Charter.

Winston Churchill presented the plan to the world last week. It was a plan for Britain at home (see p. 9) as well as abroad; but the passages of primary concern to the world were those which charted the postwar collaboration and joint leadership of Britain, the U.S.S.R. and the U.S....

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