WAR & PEACE
The voice of isolation last week sounded as if it were being rapidly drowned out by a growing chorus of U.S. determination to face Naziism and beat it. Some voices in the chorus:
> In Los Angeles, while Isolationist Charles Lindbergh* was calling for a negotiated peace at an America First rally, Mayor Fletcher Bowron proclaimed a citywide Loyalty Day. To President Roosevelt by air and train went several thousand pledges of unity, first of 2,000,000 to be circulated in Los Angeles County.
> Nebraska's stanch old World War I isolationist Senator George W. Norris declared himself for war "if...