Appeasement Bloc (U. S. A. Section)

T. R. B.
January 1941
New Republic;1/13/41, Vol. 104 Issue 2, p53
Focuses on various political leaders in the U.S. Information about the U.S. Senate appeasement bloc. Reasons given by the U.S. Attorney Burton K. Wheeler and U.S. Senator Bennett Clark for opposing war; Information about wives of Wheeler and Clark; Injustice suffered by Wheeler in his youth; Comments on the trouble that the Senate appeasement bloc can make; Claims that Wheeler is one of the ablest prosecutors, ever to sit in the Senate; Changeover from air-cooled to liquid-cooled engines; Comments on qualities of warplanes; Visit of Air Marshal Hugh C.T. Dowding to Washington.


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