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The English-Speaking World in the War and the Peace

by I. L. Kandel - 1942

The Atlantic Charter is a proclamation to the world that the two leading English-speaking nations intend to cooperate until victory is assured in order that other peoples of the world may enjoy the privileges and the responsibilities of freedom which these two great nations have made their ideal of life. And yet, although the cause for which the democracies are fighting is clear, there is a background of suspicion and criticism which is not altogether the result of fifth-column activities.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 44 Number 3, 1942, p. 151-159
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 9213, Date Accessed: 9/23/2021 8:52:04 PM

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  • I. L. Kandel
    Professor of Education, Teachers College
    Professor I. L. KANDEL has written extensively on aspects of international and comparative education. He has edited the Educational Yearbooks of the International Institute since 1924. He is sole author of the yearbook for 1941, entitled The End of an Era. The 1942 Yearbook, Education in Latin American Countries was written by educational leaders in the twenty Latin American Republics. A Spanish edition of this Yearbook has also been published, for distribution in Latin America.
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