President Roosevelt asks the Congress to reexamine the Law of Neutrality during an address in Washington DC, United States.
Washington DC USA Date:1939, September 21 Duration:8 min 39 sec Sound:Yes
President Franklin D Roosevelt addresses the Congress before entering World War II. President Roosevelt during his address urges the Congress to amend the Law of Neutrality to avert the danger of war looming large on America. He says that the primary function of American foreign policy has been to avert war and the government will try to keep out of the war. He states that America has always believed in neutrality and peace but with the outbreak of war in Europe there is a threat to peace and security of United States.
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