UNITED NATIONS: No Cops

Just about everybody at U.N. except the Arabs agreed that Palestine should be partitioned. They also agreed that, during a two-year transition period, some kind of U.N. constabulary ought to be around to enforce peace. But where would the cops come from? How many from Russia, for instance? And who would boss the cops? The "Veto Council"?

Last week the U.S. delegation had an idea. The U.S.'s Herschel V. Johnson suggested that if the British would agree to keep their troops in Palestine till next July 1 (and it might take at least that long for the troops to be...

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