For the dedication of a memorial to Francis Scott Key, author of The Star-Spangled Banner, President Eisenhower last week drove to tiny (200 students) St. John's College at Annapolis. There, to the students in the line of Key (class of 1796), the President spoke on a subject of absorbing interest to him. There is, he said, no longer any validity in such terms as "foreign affairs" or "foreign policy," but rather, such matters are."essentially local affairs for every nation, including our own." Said Dwight Eisenhower: "The concerns of 'foreign' policy are not something remote and apart from the rest...

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