At last the United Nations felt strong enough to admit their differences, to start being practical about unity.
Said Winston Churchill at Quebec: a second front would be established only when "we are satisfied that . . . our soldiers' lives are expended in accordance with sound military plans and not squandered for political considerations of any kind."
Said Russia's Government-sponsored War and the Working Class: "Of course it is a well-known fact that many excuses are given to justify the postponement of the second front in Western Europe. . . ."