TITLE

Washington Notes

AUTHOR(S)
T. R. B.
PUB. DATE
November 1941
SOURCE
New Republic;11/24/41, Vol. 105 Issue 21, p700
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the socio-political developments in the U.S. Discussion on the question of lifting belligerent-zone restrictions on the movement of American ships. Effect of defeat on the morale of the anti-Axis countries; Modification in the U.S. foreign policy; Announcement made by the U.S. Representatives that they would vote with the isolationists in protest against defense strikes; Negotiation with the steel companies and the White House; Report a bill to impose the death penalty for industrial sabotage under the 1918 law.
ACCESSION #
14691785

 

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