Letter from Josiah W. Bailey to Robert Lee Humber, Jr.

Letter from Josiah W. Bailey to Robert Lee Humber, Jr.
Letter from U.S. Senator Josiah W. Bailey to Robert Lee Humber, Jr. written on United States Senate Committee on Commerce letterhead. In the letter, Bailey discusses his opposition to Humber's proposed idea of creating an international government despite the North Carolina General Assembly's resolution of support of such an action. Bailey describes some of the actions necessary for Humber to gain support of this measure, but details the reasons for his strong opposition and his refusal to propose the idea in the United States Senate.
November 22, 1941
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20cm x 26cm
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East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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