The Neutrality Policy of the United States

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Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Library. Neutrality and American policy on neutrality; with select references on contraband of war, embargo on arms, and freedom of the seas. 11p. Mimeo. Brief list no. 5. Mr. 28, '35.
Congressional Digest. 15:32. Ja. '36. America's neutrality policy; bibliography.
Dulles Allen W. and Armstrong Hamilton Fish. Bibliography on American neutrality. In their Can we be neutral? p. 180-6. Harper and Bros. N.Y. '36.
Jessup Philip C. and Deak Francis. Neutrality. p. 271- 5. Columbia Univ. Press. N.Y. '35.
Littell Clair Francis. Bibliography. In Neutralization of states, p. 171-6. The Author. Meadville, Pa. '20.
New York Public Library. Bulletin. 40:13-20. Ja. '36. Ethiopia, and the Italo-Ethiopian conflict, 1928-1935; a selected list of references. Daniel C. Haskell.


American foreign policy toward international stability. 64p. Public Policy Pamphlet No. 14. Univ. of Chicago Press. Chic. '34.
American Society of International Law. Proceedings. 1908:69-89. How far should loans raised in neutral


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