THE U.N. MEETING AND AFTER: CHANCES FOR PEACE

WAR IS IMPOSSIBLE

COLUMNIST WALTER LIPPMANN: WITHIN recent weeks it has beW come clear that all [the] principal [world] powers are in basic agreement on three general propositions. The first is that war, which now means thermonuclear war, is impossible. The second is that while the great powers must not wage war, they cannot now make the concessions. The third proposition is that, unable to fight and unable to settle, they must nevertheless find ways to relax the. most severe and dangerous of the tensions. Under the constraints of the military stalemate, all...

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