TITLE

Does It Mean War?

PUB. DATE
March 1941
SOURCE
New Republic;3/17/41, Vol. 104 Issue 11, p358
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the lease-lend bill. Improvement in relations between Japan and the Soviet Union, through direct pressure on Japan; Constitutional authority of the U.S. President to employ navy for purposes of convoy; Reports that if the navy is used to protect American vessels in war zones, such action would not be technically unneutral in international law; Use of port facilities by British warships.
ACCESSION #
14704485

 

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