Next Steps for the Senate

November 1943
New Republic;11/22/43, Vol. 109 Issue 21, p704
Focuses on the formulation of U.S. foreign policy in the U.S. Congress Senate. Participation of a large number of Senators to place their personal interpretations of the legislation in the record; Concern on the issues of the "sovereignty of free and independent nations" and an "international police force"; Renewal of drive for signers of the eight-point pledge sponsored by its distinguished members.


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