American Neutrality

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American Neutrality

By Charles Seymour
Yale University Press, 1935
194 pp. $2.00

A collection of essays, the principal one of which appeared originally in FOREIGN AFFAIRS. Professor Seymour, editor of the House papers, expounds the theory that in the last count it was Germany's unrestricted submarine campaign that drove the United States into the war. The book is of prime importance for all interested in the discussion of the neutrality problem.

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