WAR & PEACE: Record Sandwich

WAR & PEACE Record Sandwich

When the U. S. Senate convened last week, New Hampshire's Republican Tobey asked consent to have Colonel Charles Augustus Lindbergh's recent radio plea for isolated neutrality printed in the Congressional Record. Because Congress had yet to hear Franklin Roosevelt on active neutrality (see p. 11), Senator Tobey had to wait, finally got Charles Lindbergh into the Record two pages ahead of the President.

Columnist Eleanor Roosevelt then let herself in for a public panning. She wrote: "Are we going to think only of our skins and our own pockets?"

Quoting that line without...

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