Peace Based on Justice

November 1935
America;11/23/1935, Vol. 54 Issue 7, p147
The article discusses the speech of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt on world peace. Roosevelt spoke on Armistice Day in November 1935 of the failure of the world treaty of peace at Versailles, France to end future wars, the neutrality of the U.S. in future wars in various parts of the world and danger of the corporation in the U.S. that is engaged in the trade of instruments to destroy life and property. The author calls on Congress and Roosevelt to legislate against these corporations.


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