"If We Don't Have a War"

May 1939
Saturday Evening Post;5/20/1939, Vol. 211 Issue 47, p22
The article discusses the intentions of the U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt on the issues concerning world war. The author cites the speech of the president delivered in Chicago, Illinois, in October 1937, which urge a peace-loving nations to take make a move to stop the aggressors and preserve the democracy in the world.


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