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DATE

1942-06

ABSTRACT

AT a time like the present, when the war effort is rising steadily towards its maximum and fighting has intensified, there is apt to be impatience when the call for consideration of reconstruction and the future of the world is raised. Thus at the Labour conference held during Whitsuntide, criticism was directed against Labour Ministers for failing to secure more vigorous prosecution of the War, whereas long-range policy was given a subsidiary place. Nevertheless, even in the stress and turmoil of a world struggle, the foundations on which a better world, shall be erected must be established; even although it is neither possible, nor perhaps desirable, to particularize, there should be some clearer conception of the future state of society in the minds of leaders of thought than is apparent among the general public. It is the task of those who have thought about what is to follow the end of the War to prepare the minds of others. Two notable recent speeches by Mr. Anthony Eden, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs in Great Britain, and Mr. Henry A. Wallace, Vice-President of the United States, respectively, have given valuable leads. More... »

PAGES

619

Journal

TITLE

Nature

ISSUE

3788

VOLUME

149

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/149619a0

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