US URGED TO QUIT RUSSIA
| WASHINGTON, Dec. 4, 1939
By the queerest turn in domestic politics and public opinion that has taken place since the European war broke out, the Republican National Committee and eminent isolationist spokesmen are today urging the Administration to take strong policy steps against the latest European aggressor, the Soviet Union. President Roosevelt and Secretary of State Cordell Hull, meantime, are weighing ... withdrawing the US ambassador from Moscow or severing diplomatic relations.
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