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Our Side Is Right

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ISBN 9780674424319

Publication Date: 01/01/1942

153 pages

World

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Helps to clarify thought in regard to the underlying issues of the war and the justice of the democratic cause. Chapters on The Right and Wrong of Propaganda, Nazi Ideology, and A Bridge to Russia are especially helpful in clearing up current perplexities, while that on The Moral Basis of World Order looks to the future, and, according to the Library Journal, “cannot appear too frequently.”

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