U.S. At War: After Victory

From World War I the U.S. emerged with precisely what its Commander in Chief had pledged its people: Peace without Victory. World War II is now being fought for the victory which in 1920 the U.S. did not know it had to have. This week FORTUNE publishes with its May issue a pamphlet (first of a series titled The U.S. in a New World) on the question: What kind of victory do we want?

The feeling expressed in public-opinion surveys the country over (TIME, April 6) is that, when the U.S. has won the war, it must this time enforce the victory....

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