Alleged Divulgence of President"s Note to Belligerent Powers. hearings before the United States House Committee on Rules, Sixty-Fourth Congress, second session, on Jan. 30, 1917 by

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Considers (64) H. Res. 420, (64) H. Res. 429, (64) H. Res. 442, (64) H. Res. 443, (64) H. Res. 446, (64) H. Res. 447, (64) H. Res. 448

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