The President Heads Toward War

September 1937
New Republic;9/8/37, Vol. 92 Issue 1188, p115
Focuses on the state of war in China. Impact of the war in bringing the Neutrality Act; Protest of Great Britain against the shooting of the British Ambassador to China; Declaration of Japan for a blockade of Chinese ports.


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