77TH CONGRESS SENATE DOCUMENT
2d Session No. 188
DEVELOPMENT OF UNITED STATES
ADDRESSES AND MESSAGES
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
COMPILED FROM OFFICIAL SOURCES, INTENDED TO
PRESENT THE CHRONOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT OF
THE FOREIGN POLICY OF THE UNITED STATES
FROM THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE GOOD
NEIGHBOR POLICY IN 1933, INCLUDING
THE WAR DECLARATIONS
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
SUBMITTED BY MR. OVERTON
IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES
March. 17 (legislative day, March 5), 1942.
Ordered, That certain addresses and messages of Franklin D. Roosevelt,
compiled from official sources, intended to present the chronological
development of the foreign policy of the United States from the
announcement of the Good Neighbor Policy in 1933, including the War
Declarations, be printed as a Senate document.
Edwin A. Halsey
"The duty of this day has been
imposed upon us from without.
Those who have dared to threaten
the whole world with war-those
who have created the name and
deed of total war-have imposed
upon us and upon all free peoples
the necessity of preparation for
-Address to the Registrants.
October 16, 1940. Paper XX.
"We don't like it-we didn't want
to get in it-but we are in it
and we're going to fight it with
everything we've got."
-Address over the Radio.
December 9, 1941. Paper XXXII.
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