FOREIGN RELATIONS: A Decade of Peace?

As the United Nations opened its Tenth General Assembly (see NEWS IN PICTURES), attention centered on the heads of two delegations. Would the conciliatory "spirit of Geneva" be carried into the

General Assembly and broadened there by U.S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov?

Firm & Hopeful. Dulles, the first of the two to speak, was firm. No delegate could misunderstand his language when he said that the Geneva spirit could never be genuine or permanent if any nation continued "political offensives aimed at subverting free governments."...

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