August 1937

Our Neutrality Stand

Volume 21, Issue 3

Our latest Neutrality Act has been slapped around by Editorial writers, Statesmen and Commentators until it has reached the dilemma state. After all, any interpretation of the language of any Act is the personal belief of the individual, but several individuals have laid a construction upon the act's meaning which would rather indicate that their viewpoint is not wholesome or falling short of a clear thinking mind.

One of the best qualified authorities to interpret the act is the Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, who recently spoke as follows :

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