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FDR and the Panay Incident
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A survey of assorted opinions drawn from diverse corners of the fruited plain regarding the restraint exercised by President Franklin Roosevelt in the wake of Imperial Japan's sinking of the U.S. gunboat, "Panay":

"[President Franklin Roosevelt] should be sustained in his effort to make Japan realize that she cannot continue a policy of aggression with disregard of treaties and international law. A firm policy now for law and order will save many lives."

-Russell J. Clinchy,Washington Council for International Relations


President Roosevelt and the Panay Incident (Literary Digest, 1937)

President Roosevelt and the Panay Incident (Literary Digest, 1937)

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