U. N.: Applied Euthenics

The Subcommission on the Status of Women of the Commission on Human Rights of the United Nations Economic & Social Council (ECOSOC) adopted as its guiding principle: "Woman is as much a human being as man." Last week the subcommission proved that woman could be as stubborn as man in U.N. councils.

Without difficulty, the subcommission had endorsed equality of the sexes in all fields, including euthenics.† But when it came to practical issues, the ladies were as divided as the Big Three.

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