The Weak Spot in the American Position

March 1917
New Republic;3/17/17, Vol. 10 Issue 124, p181
Focuses on the weak spot of the position of the United States in the war. War of the United States against Germany; Protection of vessels and persons by the armed guard; Act of armed protection of munitions hostile; Defense of the cargo by guns; Nature of the policy by which the action of the United States is based; Fight of the United States for the profits of its export trade; Emergence of America from the war as a securer of international order.


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