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Arthur Vandenberg, 1900-01

Arthur Vandenberg
Library of Congress

Isolationism versus internationalism. As a Michigan senator, Vandenberg criticized FDR, then made a dramatic switch after Pearl Harbor, offering support for the formation of the United Nations. He became chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, where he helped forge bipartisan support for the Truman Doctrine, the Marshall Plan, and NATO.

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