At Lake Success last week, forlornly huddled at one end of a vast committee room, the Atomic Energy Commission held its first meeting since September. It set up a control committee to go ahead with the '"majority plan" (the U.S. plan), blueprinting the structure and operations of an international control body, even down to financing. Russia's Andrei Gromyko, the deadpan diplomat, did not vote against this project, but he scorned it. Since Russia's current line is to do nothing and to blame the U.S. for the fact that nothing is done, Gromyko...

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