Are American Protests Vain?

April 1915
New Republic;4/10/15, Vol. 2 Issue 23, p247
Focuses on the diplomatic correspondence between the U.S. and Great Britain in relation to the British maritime policy. Position of the American government on the issue; Intention of the U.S. to use no weapon but persuasion in resolving the problem; Supremacy of British sea power; Impact of the situation on international trade; Implications for international law.


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