Human Events was started in 1944 as an unorthodox weekly newsletter in which the editors named above, together with William Henry Chamberlin and occasional other contributors, gave their attention to matters on the international scene that seemed to them neglected by the press at large. This little volume contains the issues which appeared in 1944. As one would expect from such editorial sponsorship, the general tone is a mixture of idealism, muckraking and isolationism.
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