FOREIGN RELATIONS: Light in the Tunnel

The two men best qualified to measure Europe's progress toward peace and economic health reported their finding to the U.S. last week in a glow of confidence. One was ECAdministrator Paul Hoffman, who was off on another round of talks in Europe, announcing "spectacular" results. Said Hoffman: "The complete recovery of Western Europe can be expected by 1952 even if the Soviet satellites continue to block trade between Eastern and Western Europe." The other report came from General Lucius Clay, home on a 27-hour visit from his headquarters in Germany to make...

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