TITLE

Concerning Further Aid to Britain-- A Variety of Views. CON

AUTHOR(S)
Long, Hamilton
PUB. DATE
June 1950
SOURCE
Congressional Digest;Jun/Jul50, Vol. 29 Issue 6/7, p189
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents views of the author on foreign aid bill Marshall Plan extension regarding the foreign aid policy of the U.S. According to the author its robbing piggy-banks, the just heritage, of unborn generations of the U.S., for whom the government is the trustee, by pouring endless billions of assets of the U.S. into the quicksand of Old World bankruptcy. It's sabotaging basic American principles and interests while pretending to safeguard them against evil communism. It's causing the U.S. policy to overreach its power's limits, which is fatal.
ACCESSION #
12176236

 

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