This book discusses how Hollywood and Washington projected an image of the United Nations as a family of nations. Motion pictures about the United Nations gave viewers a simplified and appealing picture of the Allies—American proximity to and harmony with the overseas British, Chinese, and Russians—as a closeknit family of nations that aspired to free the world and secure peace.
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