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America First Committee ephemera, 1940-1941
- America First Committee ephemera
- 1940-1941 (inclusive)19401941
- 0.04 linear feet, (1 folder)
- Collection Number
- The America First Committee (AFC) was the foremost United States isolationist pressure group against American entry into World War II. This collection consists of 3 pamphlets and 1 broadside distributed by the AFC.
University of Puget Sound, Archives & Special Collections
Collins Memorial Library
1500 N. Warner St.
- Access Restrictions
This collection is available for research.
Content DescriptionReturn to Top
This collection consists of 3 pamphlets and 1 broadside distributed by the America First Committee (AFC), a World War II anti-interventionist organization. The pamphlets include 1) "America First Committee: Aims and Activities," which describes the AFC and the principles that it stands for, 2) "Our Foreign Policy," the text of a speech by AFC chairman General Robert E. Wood given to the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, and 3) "Must We Fight for our Foreign Trade?," with text by Stuart Chase. The broadside is a single sheet asking supporters to contact Congress to speak out against the "war dictatorship bill."
Historical NoteReturn to Top
The America First Committee was the foremost United States isolationist pressure group against American entry into World War II. It was launched on September 4, 1940 and dissolved on December 10, 1941.
Use of the CollectionReturn to Top
[Name of document, date.] America First Committee ephemera. University of Puget Sound Archives & Special Collections. Tacoma, Washington.