Swanson Resolution

August 2017
Swanson Resolution;8/1/2017, p202
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Historical Material
Presents the resolution of Senator Swanson in the US Senate in the 1920s, regarding the conditions upon which the United States will enter the Permanent Court of International Justice. Senate's decision to enter the court.


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