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The most remarkable thing about Franklin Roosevelt's plan for world peace was the extraordinarily casual way in which it was announced. To newsmen, who recalled the dramatic sea scene of the Atlantic Charter, and the international rumors which preceded Teheran, it seemed almost as if the President were deliberately dodging a headline. For one thing, the President's announcement was submerged in the wave of exciting war news.

But there was a further reason: the first written statement of the President's plan for postwar peace contained nothing new beyond the dope stories...

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