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Resoluton On Peace

Whereas, Seven great nations led by Great Britain lined up, day before yesterday, in a movement to end the Chaco War by an embargo on arms and ammunition and called upon the rest of the world,–particularly the United States of America–to join them; Therefore, be it

Resolved, (1) That it is the sense of this Convention that the United States should unhesitatingly support the British project to shut off all supplies of war from Bolivia and Paraguay until peace shall be established between these two peoples.

Resolved, (2) That a copy of this resolution be sent to Mr. Franklin D. Roosevelt, the honorable President of the United States of America.