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WASHINGTON--Prospects of Neutrality Act revision at this session of Congress were enhanced considerably tonight by an administration plea for foreign policy legislation that would render this nation more "secure" against involvement in a foreign war.

The plea, advanced by Secretary of State Cordell Hull, proposed re-enactment of several of present Neutrality Law's provisions, including, in effect, the expired "cash-and-carry" clause. However, Hull asked removal of the mandatory arms embargo provisions.

In stating his views on the Neutrality Law Hull bore out previous reports that the present act is, on the whole, not unsatisfactory to the administration.

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