WAR & PEACE: No Alibi

> Twelve Congressmen told Republican Leader Joe Martin that peace sentiment was stronger in their districts than at any time during the past year.

> Senator Wheeler, in the midst of a second whirlwind speaking tour, talking isolation all the time, reported he had never had such an enthusiastic reception.

> The Gallup Poll reported that 79% of the U.S. was opposed to sending a U.S. Army abroad.

> At an America First rally in Chicago, mention of Churchill drew boos. When Colonel Lindbergh said that England was in a desperate situation, her...

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