THE NATION: The New Plan for Korea

The U.S. Government, for the first time since the Chinese Reds attacked 14 months ago, has finally figured out what it is going to do about the Korean war. The new policy has been approved, tentatively and "in principle," by the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the National Security Council, of which the President and the Secretary of State are members. The policy may be abandoned later. It may not survive the opposition of Allied governments, with which it is now being discussed. But as of now, this is the plan:

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