June 15, 1954
Address, James H. R. Cromwell, A New Foreign Policy for United States
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Summary, introduction, and full transcription of address in which James Cromwell proposes a new foreign policy for the United States. In his new policy, he argues that US should enhance its armed forces abroad.
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