Financing Britain's War Requirements

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Problem of Extending Fiscal Aid to Britain

President Roosevelt's fireside chat of December 29, calling for an increased national effort to make the United States “the great arsenal of democracy,” laid the groundwork for submission to Congress in the annual message, scheduled for delivery January 6, of specific proposals for expanding American aid to Britain and financing an enlarged and uninterrupted flow of war supplies across the Atlantic. It is already indicated that opposition to any plan for rendering early financial aid will be forthcoming from ...

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