U.S. At War: Results at Quebec

The Second Quebec Conference, concluded last week after six days of discussion, fell into two main divisions.

Area No. 1 was the Pacific. The overwhelming fact was that, at the end of the war in Europe, the Allies will have an embarrassment of war-making riches. Apparently not even the Pacific will be vast enough to hold the supply of arms and men which the U.S. and Britain could bring to bear on Tokyo.

Some commentators, notably Walter Lippmann, were still debating which of several strategies the Allies would employ against the Jap. But it now became clear that all possible strategies could be...

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