This Above All

President Roosevelt is going to his second Big Three meeting with an asset he did not have in full measure at Teheran. He takes with him the crystallized support of the U.S. people for everything that he may need to do to establish the U.S. in the world's postwar business. The only question is what he intends to do with his unique grant of power.

It may be, as Internationalist John Foster Dulles said last week in Cleveland (see Foreign Relations), that the U.S. people still do not quite know what they mean when they say that they are ready...

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