American Neutrality Policy and the Balance of Power

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Richard M. Boeckel, Editor.

Revival of Disputed Neutrality Problem

Opening of hearings before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, April 5, on pending proposals for revision of existing neutrality legislation will bring once more before the public the question of what is to be the policy of the United States in event of general war abroad. The dominant problem, as in the case of previous discussions of the subject in the last few years, will be how best to protect this country against involvement in war. The question comes up now ...

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