The U.S., greatly helped by the Churchill mission, has reached with its U.N. partners in the Korean war an agreement in principle that may be a solution to the Communists' campaign of conquest in Asia. Its gist: if the Communists, after settling for a truce in Korea, begin a new aggression, the U.N. should try to punish Red China by some means more effective than merely picking up the Korean war where it was left off. The plan is to put the decision in the form of a warning, or ultimatum, to be proclaimed through the U.N. when &...

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