General MacArthur's voice had sounded loud & clear. The Administration spoke with three voices, all in general agreement but with different inflections:
How well is the U.S. doing in Korea?
MacArthur: "We could hold in Korea by constant maneuver . . . but could hope at best for only an indecisive campaign with its terrible and constant attrition . . ."
Truman: "So far, it has been successful. So far... we have prevented aggression from succeeding and bringing on a general war."
Bradley: "Even though it would possibly result.for a time in a military stalemate, we have already achieved an international victory."
Under U.N. restrictions, how...