THE CONGRESS: Probe Continued

For the past three weeks, political wise-acres have been saying that in asking for $800,000,000 for Navy construction in addition to the regular $500,000,000 appropriation, Franklin Roosevelt was trying to get out of Congress an approval of his foreign policy in the misleading shape of a Navy Bill. Last week it seemed that something quite different had happened. It seemed that powerful isolationists were using the Navy Bill as a means of smoking out, and then perhaps modifying, the President's foreign policy.

For. Concluding the sixth day of his appearance before the House...

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