UNITED NATIONS: Victory at a Price

For the first time in the 7½ years of U.N., the U.S. found itself in a minority on a major issue: Should India be invited to join the Korean peace conference? In the old days, such a matter might have been settled over Martinis in private, with the British, or the Americans, or the French giving a point here, taking one there, so that they might present a united front to Messrs. Vishinsky and Malik. But last week each side pressed its dispute not only to the floor but to a vote, and...

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