National Affairs: Peace by Force?

John Cudahy, ex-Ambassador to Belgium, believes Franklin Roosevelt ought to keep the U.S. out of war—and will. Last week, out of a deep sincerity, John Cudahy took to the radio and said so.

But John Cudahy is not to be confused with the standard-variety of Republican isolationists and Roosevelt-baiters. First, because he roundly denounces the Nazis. Said he last week: the Hitler regime is "the most heartless imperialism since man emerged from the slime of barbarism." Second, John Cudahy is not just for sitting back and doing nothing. Last week he called upon the President to propose "an American program of peace"...

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