The Great Globe Itself

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The Great Globe Itself

By William C. Bullitt
Scribner, 1946
310 pp. $2.75

Mr. Bullitt, in his youth very well disposed toward the Soviets, was sent by President Roosevelt to Moscow as American Ambassador at the time diplomatic relations were resumed in 1933. Since then he has become progressively more and more disillusioned about the possibility of working peacefully with them. This book states his belief that they are embarked on a gigantic plan for global conquest and that our American safety lies in organizing as much of the world as possible, notably western Europe, into an anti-Soviet bloc.

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