Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
This paper is an examination of the foreign policy attitudes of Indiana's United States Senators and Representatives during the critical years before the Second World War. My purpose is to determine whether these particular Mid-Westerners were a part of the isolationist bloc in Congress which exerted a significant influence on the formulation of foreign policy. The scope of the study is limited to an elucidation of the individual views as expressed in Congress b the members of the delegation and an analysis of the campaign for re-election waged by each of them as it relates to the broader issue.
Glaze, Loretta S., "The Indiana Congressional Delegation and Foreign Policy Issues 1939-1941" (1971). Graduate Thesis Collection. 281.