WAR & PEACE: Hero Speaks

Last week began the Great Debate on U. S. Neutrality. Franklin Roosevelt argued for action, short of war (see p. 11), Idaho's Borah for Isolation (see p. 12), Elder Statesman Henry Lewis Stimson for traditional neutrality. These and many another who joined issue were professional exponents of known views. None owned a fresh voice to bespeak the people's horror of war. But at 10:45 o'clock (E.D.S.T.) one night last week that voice was heard, the voice of the one U. S. citizen who could command a radio audience comparable to Franklin Roosevelt's.

Charles Lindbergh last spoke on the radio eight...

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