THE CABINET: Buyers of Death

Under the Neutrality Act, which expires Feb. 29 unless Congress makes up its dubious mind to pass a new one, anyone in the U. S. who sells arms, ammunition or implements of war to any foreign country must get a license from the State Department. Object of the law is to keep Secretary Hull informed of the operations of U. S. "Dealers of Death." Incidental effect of the law is to make Secretary Hull aware of the Buyers of Death. Last week he issued a summary of U. S. armament exports for January revealing the nations that spent $4,217,814...

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