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Can we be neutral?

Author: Allen Dulles; Hamilton Fish Armstrong
Publisher: New York, Pub. by Harper & Brothers for Council on Foreign Relations, Inc. [©1936]
Series: Publications of the Council on Foreign Relations.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Dulles, Allen Welsh, 1893-1969.
Can we be neutral?
New York, Pub. by Harper & Brothers for Council on Foreign Relations, Inc. [©1936]
(OCoLC)578147121
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Allen Dulles; Hamilton Fish Armstrong
OCLC Number: 513361
Description: 4 preliminary leaves, 191 pages 21 cm.
Contents: 1. Neutrality: Policy not law --
2. Early test of our neutrality policy --
Neutral rights and neutral duties --
Failure to keep out of war in 1812 --
3. Neutrality fails in 1917 --
4. The neutrality act of 1935 --
5. Why congress acted --
6. President Roosevelt's interpretation of the act --
7. Our future neutrality policy --
Basic neutrality --
Travel in war zones --
The arms embargo --
Loans and credits --
8. Trade and peace --
A mandatory embargo on trade --
"Trade at your own risk" --
Moral suasion --
Quotas --
"Cash and carry" --
9. Conclusion --
Avoiding war --
Maintaining peace.
Series Title: Publications of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Responsibility: By Allen W. Dulles and Hamilton Fish Armstrong.

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