New PDF release: High-Energy Ion-Atom Collisions: Proceedings of the 4th

By Denes Berenyi, Gabor Hock

ISBN-10: 3540537384

ISBN-13: 9783540537380

High-energy ion-atom collisions are topic of excessive research in present-day atomic physics. they offer basic info at the collision mechanism of ions and atoms, and on their hugely excited states. This booklet comprises invited survey talks, and invited contributions, all conscientiously refereed. the themes coated are electron trap and loss (including ionization), double electron and resonance methods, electron correlation and post-collision interplay results, collisions of antiparticles with atoms, etc.

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The lack of opposition, from both Congressmen in W ashington and from the A merica F irst Committee across the nation, left Citizens for Victory with a considerably reduced role compared with the CDAAA and Fight for Freedom. The lack of isolationist opposition also reduced the impact of Eichelberger’s requests for Citizens for Victory to delineate the isolationist pattern across the nation. The fact that assessing isolationist patterns and fighting for the OCD were not high profile events only compounded the organisation’s difficulties, as the lack of media coverage hindered its development.

11 Dilemmas of Internationalism 36 rally support for the military alliance, the internationalists believed that winning the war and winning the peace were two halves of the same whole, and the creation of a United N ations Day provided a clear indication that the R oosevelt Administration was thinking along parallel lines. Leaping at the opportunity for enhanced credibility, Eichelberger urged that the LNA ‘should like to gear our programme more closely with that of the Government’. Taking full advantage of Government resources, he added that the LNA ‘should like to able to distribute liberally all the material that OFF and O CD prepare for United N ations Day’.

28 A similar comment could be found in a September letter from McKee to Roosevelt, with which McKee included a petition supporting the recommendations made by the President in his Labour Day speech. In it, McKee felt it necessary to remind the President that Citizens for Victory ‘is the successor to, and outgrowth of the Committee to Defend A merica by A iding the A llies’. T he letter, although acknowledged by Roosevelt’s Secretary Marvin McIntyre, did not receive a reply from the President himself.

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