UNITED NATIONS: Whose Mistake?

Andrei Gromyko is the darling of the bobby-soxers at Lake Success. They want his autograph; they like to listen to his rich Russian voice, but they seldom try to understand his speeches. Even grownups who listen intently to Gromyko do not always hear the same things. Last week, many thought Gromyko was saying again that the U.S. should promise not to use The Bomb and to scrap those it has before any solid machinery is built to enforce atomic arms control.

But the U.S.'s good, grey Warren Austin had heard Gromyko say that Russia now believed in international punishment for atomic...

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