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Page 10 - Be it enacted by the Senate and Souse of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That this Act may be cited as the "Arms Control and Disarmament Act Amendments in 1975".
Page 67 - We cannot keep out of war and at the same time enforce the freedom of the seas — that is, the freedom to make profits out of countries in a death struggle. If a war arises, we must therefore choose between two courses : between great profits with grave risks of war on the one hand; or smaller profits and less risk on the other.
Page 13 - Perhaps our going to war is the only way in which our present preeminent trade position can be maintained and a panic averted.
Page 67 - Our trade as a neutral must be at the risk of the traders ; our army and navy must not be used to protect this trade. It is a choice of profits or peace. Our country must remain at peace.
Page 13 - The Neutrality policy of the United States should be revised in order that the risk of entanglement in foreign wars may be reduced and in order that the United States may not obstruct the world community in its efforts to maintain peace.
Page 1 - Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That hereafter it shall be unlawful within the United States or any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States for any person to purchase or sell the bonds, securities, or other obligations of, any foreign government or political subdivision thereof or any organization or association acting for or on behalf of a foreign government or political subdivision thereof...
Page 67 - In a democracy where public opinion is the determining force, the President, no matter how courageous and far-seeing, can accomplish little unless he has the support of the people. To this end we, as a people, must come to understand that peace is priceless; that it is worth any reasonable sacrifice of war profits; that a decent regard for humanity must be placed ahead of gold.
Page 10 - It shall be lawful for any civil officer having authority under the laws of the United States, or of any State, Territory, District, or possession of the United States, to arrest offenders, summarily to arrest a deserter from the military service of the United States and deliver him into the custody of the military authorities of the United States.
Page 48 - Both the National Council for Prevention of War and the Women's International League in the past attempted through organized effort within Congressional districts to secure election of members favorable to their position.
Page 67 - The point of the whole business is this: We cannot keep out of war and at the same time enforce the freedom of the seas — that is, the freedom to make profits out of countries in a death struggle. If a war arises, we must therefore choose between two courses : between great profits with grave risks of war on the one hand; or smaller profits and less risk on...