WAR & PEACE: Counter-Attack

While Franklin Roosevelt sat planning in the White House, enemies of his foreign policy took advantage of his silence to start a counterattack. They were led by Montana's isolationist Senator Burton Kendall Wheeler. Ever since he was beaten in the Supreme Court fight in 1937 by Burt Wheeler and his forces, the President has obviously been a little afraid of the trouble that Wheeler could stir up. Senator Wheeler last week had plenty of ammunition for his attack, one revelation, one prophecy, one dare, one warning and (with Senator Taft) one report....

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