Letters, Jun. 18, 1945

Understanding Wanted


It is agreed that relations between the U.S. and Russia are hampered by suspicion and lack of understanding. It is all too evident that the sooner an extensive program of exchange scholarships for the youths of our two nations—and all the other nations—are established, the sooner this condition will be removed and the sooner a world union of peoples will be in sight.

It is not conferences and big business and nationalism and bad history books and politics and diplomacy which will bring about lasting peace; it is understanding between the...

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