THE NATIONS: Points for the Future

Messrs, Truman, Attlee and King abruptly outdated nearly everything that anybody else had to say about internationalizing The Bomb (see NATIONAL AFFAIRS). But, from Teheran to Potsdam, no major communique had turned out to mean all that it seemed to mean; hone of the great promises had been entirely fulfilled. The world debate would go on.

Some points for the future:

¶ UNO was back on the map. The proposal to entrust control of all atomic energy to a UNO commission would, if carried out, give the United Nations Organization more power than was ever dreamed of at San Francisco—and more...

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