Photo, Print, Drawing Woman columnist advocates repeal of Neutrality Act to allow U.S. freedom of policy. Washington, D.C., April 26. Staging her second appearance before Senate Committees within a week, Dorothy Thompson, columnist, sat down before Foreign Affairs Chairman Key Pittman and told him and members that neutrality laws should be repealed to allow the country to be free in forming policies in foreign affairs. 'I don't think that the existing neutrality legislation is neutral,' she said, and added that she doesn't believe that existing legislation would have kept us out of the last war, a war which she termed as still being fought digital file from original negative

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