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The Neutrality Policy of the United States (1936)
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    International Law and Relations (Review)
    The Neutrality Policy of the United States, by Julia Emily Johnsen
    1. The Neutrality Policy of the United States by Julia Emily Johnsen
    American Political Science Review, December 1936, p. 1219
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    International Relations of the United States
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    3. The Neutrality Policy of the United States by Julia Emily Johnsen
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    Foreign Affairs, October 1936, pp. 207-208