CABINET: We May Be Next

To the U. S. public last week, war in Europe continued to be largely incredible. To the U. S. public, it was news of another world. To many it had the aspect of a grisly sporting event. Imagination could not bridge the gap between the reported destruction of Europe and the evident peace of Main Street, U. S. A.

Two men for whom World War II was more than a sporting event spoke last week in Washington. Before the Senate Naval Affairs Committee appeared Colonel Frank Knox, a veteran of World War I, publisher of the Chicago Daily News, the Republican...

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