Fumbling with the Peace

November 1943
New Republic;11/8/43, Vol. 109 Issue 19, p638
Focuses on the attempts of the senators to form an international post-war organization. Efforts of Senator Claude Pepper to stop the planning for the organization; Information on Connally resolution, which says that the United States will join with other nations in the establishment and maintenance of an international organization; Report on 16 senators who are opposing the resolution; Efforts of Senator Robert Reynolds of North Carolina to write into the resolution a passage guaranteeing the independence of the Baltic states; Information on controversial speech given by U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt; Focus on tussle between Connally resolution and Pepper amendment; Report on agreeing of all the peace organizations with the plan of international organization.


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