Letters, May 29, 1939

Deplorable Alliance

Sirs:

When all arguments for and against various attempts at neutrality legislation are set aside, the unobscured fact remains that our great and not-always-so-good country is supplying the Japanese military machine with well over 50% of its war materials.

A further fact is that the American citizen does not like this. . . Is it not utterly ridiculous to consider any type of legislation whatsoever which will allow this deplorable alliance with Japan to continue? Why do not the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and the House Foreign Affairs Committee make short...

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