Letters, Dec. 10, 1956

Declaration of Independence

Sir: President Eisenhower's Declaration of In dependence on foreign policy [Nov. 12] appeals to me as the most profound expression of our generation for world peace. Granting the difficulties to be encountered before the dream can become a reality, here in the simplest, most direct language are expressed the basic principles on which any lasting world peace must rest.

A. EDWIN SHINHOLSER Sanford, Fla.

Sir:

President Eisenhower's declaration does typify the Administration's policy of inertia in foreign affairs, which has prevailed too long. The President's faith in the U.N. is to be applauded, but his failure to adopt a progressive...

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