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- LaFollette agrues that "if we are to preserve the free way of life in the world, the United States must first ...solve its underlying economic problems"
- He then discusses and refutes three arguments of the interventionists for entering the war in Europe and presents the case that "America's great role in this fight" is to solve economic issues so that people are not "compelled to choose between starvation and dictatorship."
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