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The Points at Issue

by The Editorial Board 1941

CONSPICUOUSLY ABSENT FROM THE FRONTIERS' discussion last month of American participation in the war were the name-callers with personal accusations of bad faith, and the labelling of opponents as secretly connected with Fascism, Communism or "vested capitalistic interests." The arguments pro and con were all relevant if not equally important. In this particular sector of the "Great Debate," evidently a group of people of good will but with radical differences of viewpoint were honestly arguing regarding the position Americans should take with reference to the most critical problem of our day. Where does such argument lead us? Will it change people's minds?

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 1 Number 1, 1941, p. 46-47
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 14245, Date Accessed: 7/19/2018 8:49:18 PM

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