FOREIGN RELATIONS: A Positive Proposal

What do the Republicans propose to do in Korea? The question, so recently a taunt in angry campaign debate, is now a challenge written in the hard facts of the precarious U.S. position in Asia. Last week the U.S. got a look at a strong "positive proposal" for Korea drawn by New Hampshire's Senator Styles Bridges, a ranking Republican policymaker. Bridges' proposal, published in the American Mercury, carried special weight because Ike Eisenhower reportedly read it in manuscript during the last days of the campaign.

The War Is Now. The third world war is not in the future, writes Bridges,...

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