Stassen's Parliament

America's discussion and debate, its hopes and cynicisms about the post-war world, moved last week to a new plane. From Minnesota's Governor Harold Edward Stassen, a young (35), realistic United Nations statesman, came the most specific program yet laid down for world cooperation.

Said Governor Stassen, at a meeting of the Foreign Policy Association in Minneapolis :

"Perhaps the greatest present deterrent to increasing world cooperation is a tendency on the part of many people to admit its desirability, to acknowledge the correctness of general statements on the subject, but to say...

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