LOUIS LEON LUDLOW
Louis Leon Ludlow, as a Democratic Indiana congressman, proposed a constitutional amendment early in 1938 requiring a national referendum on any U.S. declaration of war except in cases of direct attack. Congress rejected the Ludlow Amendment only by a narrow margin and after an appeal from President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Wikipedia*
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