National Affairs: Bad Neighbor Policy

Biggest national event of last week was the dedication of Chicago's new Centennial Bridge (see p. 61). Standing on a platform on the south plaza of the bridge looking down into the faces of as many Chicagoans as could cram the new drive, Dedicator Franklin Roosevelt, homing from the West, tossed his chin in air and cried: "It is because the people of the United States under modern conditions must, for the sake of their own future, give thought to the rest of the world, that I, as the responsible executive head of the...

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