ARMY & NAVY: Alone & Friendless

"If the U. S. Navy is to be able to support American policies, protect American trade and defend American possessions, it must be provided with new aircraft carriers, new light cruisers, new destroyers and new submarines. . . . The international situation today is far from reassuring. . . . We stand practically alone and friendless in a turbulent world. . . . This is no time to scuttle the Navy and jeopardize the safety of the U. S. . . . The income from tobacco taxes would build and maintain a Navy...

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