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FDR Speaks Against War

Greed for the profits of war must be stamped out by the whole nation, declared President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Aug. 15, 1936, in Chautauqua, N.Y., in his peace message. "I hate war," he said. "I have passed many hours thinking and planning how war may be kept from this nation." In the background is part of the crowd of 12,000 that heard the president. The throng was the largest since Theodore Roosevelt came here in 1905. (AP Photo)

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August 15, 1936 04:00:00 AM
December 10, 2008 11:04:57 PM
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