THE CONGRESS: Road to Peace

By his plausible analysis of the U. S. Road to War in 1914-17 (TIME, May 6, 1935 et seq.), able Writer Walter Millis two years ago pointed out what looked to four U. S. Senators—Nye, Clark, Vandenberg and Bone—and to many a plain citizen, like a plain road to peace. If it were true that the U. S. had fought in the World War not to make the world safe for democracy but to save the frog-skins of its merchants and moneylenders, then the gloriously sure and simple way for it to stay out...

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