U.S. At War: Post-Yalta Tactics

While Franklin Roosevelt was still on tour, a carefully planned campaign was set rolling on the home front to: 1) publicize the Crimea Charter and the President's hand in it; 2) win the friendship of Congress.

The President has a clear objective; he also has a timetable worked out for it. He wants the agreement setting up an international organization to be submitted to Congress by June 1, and he would like ratification of it by the end of summer.

Accordingly, the President's recent conciliatory attitude to Congress was not only continued, but emphasized with utmost care. First off, on the...

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