National Affairs: Union Now

Sixteen months ago, Clarence K. Streit (Union Now) proposed a union of democracies against the Nazi tide. Since then, disunited democracies have collapsed like sand castles. This week, in a full-page advertisement ("paid for by a group of American citizens") appearing in the New York Times, Streit proposed "UNION NOW . . . [of] the U. S. A. and the Six British Democracies . . . before it is too late."

Among the few courses left to U. S. foreign policy, said Streit, were: to give the British up as lost, thus abandon the U. S.'s first line of defense; to give...

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