National Affairs: What Are We Waiting For?

Although Franklin Roosevelt had not come to the point of speaking out about using U.S. warships to insure safe delivery of U.S. supplies to Britain, last week others spoke for him and plainly.

>Florida's Senator Claude Pepper, who has been a stalking horse for the Administration before, was the most vociferous. He called for convoying "without another day's delay or dallying." Shouting down all attempts of other Senators to interrupt him, he cried: "Do we want to let millions be crucified later because there is a jeopardy that a few might die an honorable...

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