National Affairs: War Party?

This week Congress convenes in a momentous session to decide the U. S. stand on neutrality for the opening of World War II. This week a FORTUNE survey will show that: 1) two-thirds of the American people are against a strict U. S. isolationist policy; only 25% oppose all trade with belligerents; 2) 83% want Britain and France to win the war; 65% thought they could (before Russia came in); 3) 17% are willing to send U. S. armed forces to fight for the Allies, and 20% favor helping them by all means short...

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