National Affairs: For Peace & War

Simultaneously last week Congress moved to keep the U. S. out of the Next War, and to prepare it to fight with all its might if it gets in.

Reported out by a House-Senate conference committee, swiftly passed and flown to vacationing President Roosevelt for signing only five hours before expiration of the current temporary statute, was a new. permanent Neutrality Bill. Continued are present mandatory bans on furnishing of loans, credits, arms, munitions and implements of war to belligerents. In addition, U. S. citizens are forbidden to travel on belligerent vessels except as...

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