National Affairs: Refugee Committee

Ever since being reluctantly forced to recognize Adolf Hitler's annexation of Austria last fortnight, the State Department has been pressed by liberal and racial groups to think up a practical way to express the U. S. Government's disapproval. Last week. Secretary Cordell Hull thought he had found one, gave out a statement describing it:

"This Government has become so impressed with the urgency of the problem of political refugees that it has inquired of a number of governments in Europe and in this hemisphere whether they would be willing to cooperate in setting up a...

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