CDAAACommittee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies
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Although Churchill doubtless welcomed Hearst's eventual support, perhaps more a consequence of his vision of partnership was southern California's participation in the Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies (CDAAA).
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Egerton, "Collective Security as Political Myth: Liberal Internationalism and the League of Nations in Politics and History," International History Review 5 (November 1983): 497-522; "Steps leading to the formation of the committee," box 51, and "Steps leading to CDAAA, box 52, Eichelberger Papers; and box D 15, White Papers; [1943] Report on eleven committees, box 3, Hugh Moore Papers, Seeley G.