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Discuss America's foreign policy. Washington, D.C., April 15. In an effort to give impetus to the movement for revision of the Neutrality Act, an emergency conference of one hundred today assembled in Washington for a two-day discussion of American Foreign Policy. The meeting is being held under the auspices of the American Union for Concerted Pace Efforts. In the picture, left to right. James T. Shotwell, President, League of Nations Association - Rev. Roy M. Houghton, Congregational Church of New Haven, Conn., and Ernest Wilkins, President of Oberlin College, 4-15-39

Discuss America's foreign policy. Washington, D.C., April 15. In an effort to give impetus to the movement for revision of the Neutrality Act, an emergency conference of one hundred today assembled in Washington for a two-day discussion of American Foreign Policy. The meeting is being held under the auspices of the American Union for Concerted Pace Efforts. In the picture, left to right. James T. Shotwell, President, League of Nations Association - Rev. Roy M. Houghton, Congregational Church of New Haven, Conn., and Ernest Wilkins, President of Oberlin College, 4-15-39

 
 

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