WAR & PEACE: Statement of a Case

"For the last six months I have remained aside from the controversy on whether we should join in this war." So said Herbert Hoover last week breaking his silence on the great issue. Then, speaking on a nationwide broadcast, he told where he stood: against convoys and against going to war. Unlike Colonel Lindbergh his reasoning was not that the War was none of the U.S.'s business, nor that Britain was bound to lose. Said he:

"Let me state at the outset that I support provision of the maximum tools of war to Britain; that I am convinced we can...

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