U.S. At War: Slugging Toe to Toe

In Minneapolis last week, Tom Dewey scrapped the farm speech he had gone there to make — scrapped it in order to tear apart Franklin Roosevelt's picture of the terrible foreign policy that the U.S. could expect if the Republicans won the election. What kind of peace, Dewey demanded, could the U.S. look forward to if the man in the White House was one who continually quarreled with Congress? Said Dewey:

Who Can Make Peace? "The proposal to go into the World Court was defeated in 1935, when Mr. Roosevelt was on the very...

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