October 1949
America;10/8/1949, Vol. 82 Issue 1, p5
The article reports on U.S. Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg from Michigan who left Washington for a medical examination. Senator Vandenberg enlightened the U.S postwar foreign policy. He worked to give direction to the Republican Party which seemed ready to return to the isolationism of the prewar period. Mr. Vandenberg became chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee when the Republican Party came to power in 1946.


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