"I have received intimations," said Secretary of State John Foster Dulles at his news conference last week, "that there might be some interest in my view's about foreign policy in the coming campaign." To satisfy this interest, Dulles had prepared a statement about the extent to which he thought foreign policy should— or should not—become a 1956 campaign issue. Debate on foreign policy, said Dulles, "should be welcomed so long as it is constructive and conducted in such a manner as not to endanger our nation. It needs to be remembered that...

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