The Press: The Trib's Mrs. Reid

In the cavernous ballroom of Manhattan's plushy Waldorf-Astoria, rich-voiced Paul Robeson recited 1,300 words of poetic prose written for the occasion by Radio Writer Norman Corwin and dedicated to an atomic world: "Set Your Clock at U-235." Then came General of the Army George C. Marshall, to say less flamboyantly that "there appear to be no short cuts to a better world." Two nights and 39 speeches later, the 14th annual New York Herald Tribune Forum on Current Problems had done its duty by its solemn theme, "Responsibility of Victory." Four Cabinet members, statesmen of a half-dozen nations, scientists, generals and...

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