America and War

Buell, Raymond Leslie
February 1937
Vital Speeches of the Day;2/15/37, Vol. 3 Issue 9, p271
Presents a speech delivered by Raymond Leslie Buell, President of the Foreign Policy Association before Conference on Cause and Cure of War on January 26, 1937 in Chicago, Illinois regarding participation of the United States of America in World War II.


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