Under the leadership of Arthur Vandenberg, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee last week unanimously passed (13-to-0) Harry Truman's bill to speed economic and military aid to Greece and Turkey. The bill contained an amendment, written by Senator Vandenberg, which would give U.N. the right to terminate that aid if a majority of nations decided it was "unnecessary or undesirable."

But there were indications that the measure would not have such clear sailing when it reached the floor of the Senate. No bill touching on international policy would. Two Senators last week gave...

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