THE PRESIDENCY: Atoms for Peace (Cont'd.)

Just as Secretary Dulles is confident of the ultimate triumph of free nations, so Dwight Eisenhower is sure that the best way to bulwark the world's security is to divert atomic production toward peaceful uses—just as fast as the Russians make it safe to do so. Last week Ike's drive went forward on three fronts:

In Washington, the President and the Atomic Energy Commission's Lewis Strauss more than doubled—to 100,000 kilograms (220,000 lbs.)—the amount of uranium 235 to be made available under the Atoms for Peace program for lease or sale at home and abroad. Of the new 59,000-kilogram allocation, to...

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