New Horizons

Out of Moscow came an agreement of such scope as few men had dared hope for. True, its terms were largely an agreement to agree (see p. 18). To put them effectively in practice would require the world's best brains and all its good will. But the fog through which the four great United Nations groped had lifted. Now—still far away but visible—could be seen the horizons of a new and brighter world.

Franklin Roosevelt, so jubilant that he forgot his lingering cold, could hardly wait to break the news. At a press conference three days before the terms of the...

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