"It is time to rally from a frustrating confusion that has its roots in mistakes of the past rather than in the circumstances of the present."

In these words, Republican John Foster Dulles divorced himself last week from the wrangles over U.S. foreign policy that have recently obsessed Washington. The tall, solemn G.O.P. expert on foreign affairs took, a long step toward restoring the nation's bipartisan spirit in foreign policy by accepting an $11,000 job as a top consultant to Secretary of State Dean Acheson. Like the recent hiring of former Republican Senator...

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