February 1932

An American Policy

Volume 16, Issue 4
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IT has been said of the United States that the Government has no enduring and established policies that can survive through the changes wrought by political administrations that change with the varying will of the people as expressed at elections; and yet a careful examination of the history of the country since its establishment over a century and a half ago shows this snap judgment to be wrong.

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