When John Foster Dulles went to San Francisco as chief consultant to the U.S. delegation, he took with him "serious reservations" about the Dumbarton Oaks proposals. These reservations had been expressed by the Federal Council of Churches (TIME, Jan. 29). whose Commission for a Just and Durable Peace is headed by Dulles. This week Dulles reported to the doubting Council:

"Today a charter is being signed which when ratified will bring into being a world organization. It is much that 50 nations were able to agree on any charter. I can, however, report more...

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