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The New Deal in Intervention

  • Ellery C. Stowell
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1 Press Releases, Dept. of State, Weekly Issue No. 207, p. 152.

2 Press Releases, Dept. of State, Weekly Issue No. 214, pp. 252-253.

3 The five pacts indicated were: Kellogg-Briand Peace Pact (Pact of Paris), signed in Paris, Aug. 27, 1928. Signed and ratified by the United States. Printed in this Journal, Supplement Vol. 22 (1928), p. 171. Anti-War Pact, proposed by the Argentine Foreign Minister, Dr. Saavedra Lamas, signed at Rio de Janeiro, Oct. 10,1933, by Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Paraguay and Uruguay. Treaty to Avoid or Prevent Conflicts between the American States (Gondra Treaty), signed at the Fifth Pan American Conference, Santiago, Chile, May 3, 1923. Signed and ratified by the United States. Printed, ibid., Vol. 21 (1927), p. 107. General Convention of Inter-American Conciliation, signed at Washington, Jan. 5, 1929. Signed and ratified by the United States. Ibid., Vol. 23 (1929), p. 76. General Treaty of Inter-American Arbitration, signed at Washington, Jan. 5, 1929. Signed but not yet ratified by the United States. Ibid., p. 82.

4 Press Releases, Dept. of State, Weekly Issue No. 220, pp. 343-346.

5 Ibid., No. 226, pp. 43-45.

The New Deal in Intervention

  • Ellery C. Stowell

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