Letter from Joseph Patrick Kennedy, US Embassy, London, 6 Sep. 1936
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Re Money's comments on his recent speech in Aberdeen: 'You are, of course, quite right that we have a great deal to do in the United States to put our own house in order. I cannot agree with you, however, that this state of affairs condemns us to complete silence in regard to injustices in other parts of the world. We still ask for ourselves and concede to others the right of free speech.'; typescript, signed
- 6 Sep. 1936
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