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In this script for his radio broadcast, Senator Arthur Capper argues that the U.S. must avoid becoming involved in the conflict developing in Europe and the Far East. Capper also maintains that the Roosevelt Administration's growing desire to support U.S. allies involved in the conflict, as well as the Navy's request for expanded overseas basing, are signs that the nation is headed toward involvement in a conflict that it should avoid.

Creator: Capper, Arthur, 1865-1951
Date: June 19, 1939

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Item Number: 216681
Call Number: Coll. 12, Box 26, Folder: World War II
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 216681

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