THE PRESIDENCY: Toward World Law

One of the great purposes of this Administration, wrote Dwight Eisenhower on the eve of his world tour, "has been to advance the rule of law in the world through actions directly by the U.S. Government and in concert with the governments of other countries. It is open to us to further this great purpose both through optimum use of existing international institutions and through the adoption of changes and improvements in those institutions."

So saying, in a letter to Minnesota's Senator Hubert Humphrey, the President aligned himself with Humphrey's persistent effort to remove...

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