U.S. At War: Connecticut Yankee

When Connecticut's Congresswoman Clare Boothe Luce made her famed "globaloney" speech last February, enemies of postwar planning seized on the word. Clare Luce complained that she had been misunderstood. Last week she spoke up again, this time on U.S. foreign policy.

Said Congresswoman Luce, in a speech in the House:

>The U.S. has no foreign policy. "Isolationists" wrongly believed that the U.S. needed no foreign policy. "Interventionists" were merely those who finally realized that the U.S. could not survive without Great Britain and therefore adopted Brit ish foreign policy.

>The U.S. must develop...

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