THE NATION: Patience

Before a boundaryless map of One World, the 16-months-old United Nations General Assembly met in New York this week to try a few more toddling steps toward peace (see INTERNATIONAL). The atmosphere was heavy with uncertainties after the haggling at Paris.

To the U.S. came the diplomats of 51 nations, the representatives of four-fifths of the world's people. Most important among them was the top messenger of Russia's policy, Vyacheslav Molotov. He arrived in capitalistic high style—on the first voyage of the giant British liner Queen Elizabeth as a peacetime luxury ship...

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