For a fortnight, sitting under the Florida
sun, Secretary of State Cordell Hull had found plenty of time to rest
and think. Back in Washington to confer with Anthony Eden (see p. 9),
he expressed one of the opinions he had reached: the war would last
longer, according to all reasonable calculations, than most citizens
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