U.S. At War: Citizen Stassen Speaks

Delegate Harold Stassen's job at San Francisco was finished. The hefty Minnesotan called on President Truman, reported that he was ready to return to duty as Commander Stassen, U.S.N.R. But for one night last week he was still Citizen Stassen, with a message for other U.S. citizens about the World Security charter. His audience was vast—the NBC network.

Minnesota's Stassen had specific criticisms of the charter's weaknesses, but he insisted that there was room in it for corrections. He also had specific recommendations for making the charter work, for developing "an intelligent, informed,...

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