After the Inauguration

The formal event of the week was Franklin Roosevelt's fourth inauguration as President of the United States. But the big event, soon to follow, was his second meeting with Churchill and Stalin. The President let it be known that he hoped no one, especially no one in Congress, would say a word that might get the meeting off to an unfriendly start.

He had said as much in his twelfth annual speech on the state of the nation. He repeated it last week to the Senate's Foreign Relations Committee, summoned to the White...

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