When Congress assembled last month, the No. 1 probability on its
calendar was that a peace-passionate House & Senate would promptly pass
a permanent neutrality act. Last week peaceful Congressmen saw that
their choice was between international peace and political peace. Since
most of them preferred the latter, the chances for a new neutrality law
had, in six weeks, faded almost to the political vanishing point.
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