Foreign Policy in National Elections

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Partisan Vs, Bipartisan Foreign Policies

Political Observers, see indications that foreign policy may become a leading issue in the 1944 presidential campaign, in spite of efforts of a number of responsible leaders in both parties to keep United States relations with other nations out of partisan politics, and in spite of a widespread sentiment for maintaining political unity on international problems while the war continues. The issue, as these observers see it, will revolve about the ...

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