CONGRESS: Insulation

Congress last week gave up all idea of going home for the summer. Instead, it decided to take brief recesses during the weeks when the political conventions met in Philadelphia and Chicago.

There was little talk, pro or con, about help for the Allies. There weren't Allies any more, there was only Britain, and Congressmen gradually awoke to the fact that to intervene or not to intervene? was not a realistic question. They began to have a feeling in the pits of their stomachs that by the time the U. S. was called...

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