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Teheran : our path in war and peace

Author: Earl Browder
Publisher: New York : International Publishers, [1944]
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Genre/Form: Authors' autographs
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Browder, Earl, 1891-1973.
Teheran; our path in war and peace.
New York, International publishers [1944]
(OCoLC)569030096
Named Person: 1939-1951--Etats-Unis Reconstruction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Earl Browder
OCLC Number: 1295185
Description: 128 pages illustrations 21 cm
Contents: Part I. A new world --
Teheran cancels Munich --
Arms in the service of policy --
The guarantee of Teheran. Part II. The war determines the post-war world --
The Anglo-Soviet-American alliance --
Reconstruction of Europe --
National liberation in Asia --
Africa and the Near East --
Good neighbors in the Americas. Part III. Post-war national unity --
War unity requires post-war unity --
Characteristics of American capitalism --
Elements of an economic program --
Labor unions in the national unity --
Democracy and national unity. Part IV. The 1944 elections, for unity or disunity? --
Parti[s]anship, a costly luxury --
Whom we must fight against --
The changes in communist organization --
What Marxism contributes to America.
Responsibility: by Earl Browder.
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