Letters, Apr. 25, 1938

U. S. Attitude


TIME, March 28: "But before in the U. S., world developments over the last year have produced a profound and insufficiently publicized change in attitude toward war in general. Last week the change of attitude was perhaps better indicated by several reactions to the Hull speech than by the speech itself. Wrote Pundit Walter Lippmann: . . ."

I read Pundit Lippmann's column in full. He too made the statement, which he signally failed to support with any evidence, that this country's people have changed in their attitude toward war during...

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