National Affairs: SEVEN KEYS TO COEXISTENCE

If the Kremlin honestly wants to live & let live, in a world where men may disagree without going to war, said the Secretary of State at Berkeley, Calif., let it take these seven steps to peace:

1. Sign peace treaties with the defeated enemies of World War II, thus give Germany, Japan and Austria a chance to set up free governments, "untouched by tyranny." "Nor can we accept a settlement which would make [them] satellites of the Soviet Union. The experience in Hungary, Rumania and Bulgaria has been [a] . . . shocking betrayal of the solemn pledges by the...

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