In response to inquiries at his press conference today, the Secretary of State
spoke as follows:
"As to immediate peace results, it is unnecessary to say that they afford a universal sense of relief.
"I am not undertaking to pass upon the merits of the differences to which the Four-Power Pact signed at Munich on yesterday related.
"It is hoped that in any event the forces which stand for the principles governing peaceful and orderly international relations and their proper application should not relax, but redouble, their efforts to maintain these principles of order under law, resting on a sound economic foundation."
Source: U.S., Department of State, Publication 1983, Peace and War: United States Foreign Policy, 1931-1941 (Washington, D.C.: U.S., Government Printing Office, 1943, pp. 430
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