Recently the writer listened to a round table discussion on postwar plans being broadcast from Great Britain. An arresting statement was made by one of the speakers, an Englishman, who said in part, "It is important that there be friendship and affection between Great Britain and America, but what is more important is that there be understanding between the two nations.
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