U.S. At War: Cleveland Declaration

Foreign Relations

The biggest body of opinion in the U.S. last week gave the No. 1 plank in President Roosevelt's foreign policy all the support that he could ask or want. In Cleveland, at a conference sponsored by the Federal Council of Churches of Christ, leaders of some 25,000,000 U.S. Protestants voted unanimous, unconditional approval of the Dumbarton Oaks plan for world security.*

This action did not mean that the 500 serious-minded clerics and laymen assembled in Cleveland liked everything about the Dumbarton Oaks plan as it now stands. They had some grave objections, but they decided that since Dumbarton...

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