IAS 107: 20110125 Lecture: Introduction to Economic Growth Slides DRAFT
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Liveblogging World War II: January 24, 1941

Harold Hinton:

LINDBERGH URGES NEGOTIATED PEACE: URGES NEUTRALITY; Aviator Testifies He Wants Neither Side to Win Conflict 'MISTAKE' TO AID BRITAIN This Prolongs War, He Says: Any negotiated peace to end the European war as soon as possible, whether or not such a peace would be considered just by the American people, would be preferable, in the interest of the United States, to prolonging the present conflict, Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh told the House Foreign Affairs Committee at its public hearing today.