September 1938

International Conditions

Volume 22, Issue 3

POINT I

THE order of the day is to enunciate a clear policy after determining; freed from prejudice, fancy, and doctrinaire obfuscation:

a) How to avoid war?

b) Against what dangers shall we prepare and how, so that if war be forced upon us we can fight successfully at minimum cost?

c) Since how much preparation we need depends on whether or not we will accept help from others, whether we had best work alone or in parallel action with others?

THE NEED TO FORMULATE AND ENUNCIATE AN ASIERICAN DEFENSE POLICY

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