National Affairs: Peace Proposal

Striking out at the world's war makers in his message to Congress last week (see p. 9), President Roosevelt proclaimed U. S. neutrality policy to consist of refusal to belligerents of: 1) all munitions; 2) abnormal quantities of other commodities essential to war. Point No. 1 of the President's policy exists as law only until the Neutrality Resolution passed by Congress last session shall expire on Feb. 29. Point No. 2 has thus far been only a matter of moral suasion by President Roosevelt and Secretary of State Hull. Few hours before the President...

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