President address of 1936

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President address of 1936 on Foreign Relations of US and of War. To quote page nine, We shun political commitments which might entangle us in foreign wars, we avoid connection with the political activities of the League of Nations, but I am glad to say that we have cooperated wholeheartedly in the social and humanitarian work at Geneva. Thus we are a part of the world effort to control traffic in narcotics, to improve international health, to help child welfair, to eliminate double taxation and to better working conditions and laboring hours throughout the world... and the book ends on page 16 with We believe in democracy, we believe in freedom, we believe in peace. We offer to every nation of the world the handclasp of the good neighbor. Let those who wish our friendship look us in the eye and take our hand. Excellent condition, a little discoloration from age on cover, otherwise mint condtiion. 6 x 8 inches

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Reference #:
24758
Quantity
1
Category
Fraternal, Political, Organizations
Department
Collectibles
Year
1936
Dimensions
(Width x Height X Depth)
x x
Weight
Unknown
Condition
Excellent
Material