FOREIGN RELATIONS: To the World

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On the floor of the U.S. Senate last week, Texas' shaggy-maned Tom Connally, chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, rose to speak. He had just come from the White House, and he was soon to leave for the World Security conference at San Francisco. With Southern emotion, Tom Connally assured his fellow Senators that he and his seven colleagues on the U.S. delegation would do their utmost to bring back a document which would help preserve peace after World War II.

"We shall not be able perhaps to secure all that we...