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Foreign Relations of the United States, 1921-1924

PARTLY for political and partly for other purposes, the allegation has constantly been made that during the past three years nothing has been done by the United States in the great field of international relations. The endeavor has been to make this assertion about our abstention from foreign questions a common-place. Politically it was intended by the Democrats to reflect upon the party in power as having no policy and doing nothing, and also to cover up and conceal their own well-grounded fear of having the old issue of the League of Nations pressed into the field of party conflict. The …

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