National Affairs: Change U.N,?

With growing vexation, the U.S. people had watched the United Nations, like a kind of 58-legged race, try to walk. It didn't seem to be able to; in fact, it seemed to have reached the point where it was lingering betwixt a balk and a breakdown. Last week, under pressure from thousands of their constituents, six Congressmen trooped before the House Foreign Affairs Committee to plead that the U.S. do something—anything—to strengthen U.N.

The obvious villain was the veto. Among dozens of resolutions submitted, the one most strongly backed was a plan which had been devised by World Planner (and onetime Bridge...

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