The Resource Anti-war Propaganda at the University of Virginia, 1937
- Anti-war Propaganda at the University of Virginia, 1937
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- The collection contains a flier from the University Peace Council recognizing the "dangerous extension of militarism" in the United States, requests all University organizations to recognize the validity of an April 1937 national anti-war demonstration and urges membership in the Council
- A press release, June 1937, announces a forum on world peace under the auspices of the 11th Institute of Public Affairs
- Clipped articles discuss Senator Gerald P. Nye's talk at the University in which he charged that J. P. Morgan and the duPonts drove the U.S. into World War I and recommended mandatory neutrality legislation
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