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Undercurrents of War

White and his family move to Maine in the summer of 1938, and by autumn of that year his columns begin to speak of the unrest and increasing activities of Adolf Hitler and his attempts to gain control over European countries. At first White notes the world events quietly but as time goes on he becomes more vocal in his opinions about the despotic behavior that is terrorizing Europeans. After the bombing of Pearl Harbor in December 1941, White does not hold back his comments as the war has most definitely come home to America. White takes an active role in organizing and executing emergency air raid drills in his rural village area and also interviews people on their opinions of the war and its possible outcomes and aftermath. White is also very outspoken about what other writers are saying about the war, for example, he quite openly...

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