THE NATION: A Moral Strategy

Home from Russia this week flew the U.S.'s Ambassador to Moscow, Charles Eustis Bohlen, to help guide State Department tacticians in fashioning policies to match the changing offensives of the Communist world. The details would require careful study, for the cold war has taken a turn that has boosted the stock of neutralists, encouraged U.S.-baiters in the Western Alliance (see FOREIGN NEWS), and set in motion powerful new anticolonial forces. But the job of fashioning counterplans would be hopeless if the U.S. first failed to take stock of its own basic role...

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