Stassen's Seven Points

The demands for "a people's peace"—whatever that may be—are growing. From all parties, from all sections have come the voices of men insistent that at war's end there be some kind of world group of nations in which the U.S. will lead. Henry Wallace, Sumner Welles, Wendell Willkie have made eloquent pleas.

Fortnight ago, Minnesota's silo-sized Republican Governor Harold E. Stassen proposed a "world association of free peoples." It would require minimum standards of its members: religious freedom, fair internal justice, elective governments. Stassen suggested it could set up:

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