Moral Embargoes v. Business-as-Usual

September 1944
New Republic;9/18/44, Vol. 111 Issue 12, p338
Comments on political developments in the U.S. Embarrassment caused due to Governor Thomas E. Dewey's charge that the New Deal prepared to keep men in the army because it is afraid of a resumption of its own depression; Release of the first account of how Secretary of State Cordell Hull's moral embargo on the sale of airplanes and parts to Japan was sabotaged by American firms, by the Department of Justice; Information on a debate over League of Nations; Devotion of General George C. Marshall towards the war effort.


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