Papers of a committee which was organized to mobilize public opinion in favor of a declaration of a full state of national emergency in 1941, to promote economic and military aid to Great Britain and China, and to advocate use of the United States military and naval forces to safeguard transportation between the United States and the British Isles. The collection consists of two groups of correspondence, one relating to the activities of the Madison chapter, and the other composed of letters and reports received from the national headquarters.
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