STRATEGY: Policy for Indo-China

After weeks of intense behind-scenes discussion in Washington, the U.S. firmly made up its mind about Indo-China, and this week Secretary of State Dulles spoke it. The U.S. does not intend to accept a Communist victory in Indo-China, he said. The U.S. feels that the threat should be met with "united action," even though "this might involve serious risks." And if Red China sends "its own army into Indo-China, the grave consequences might not be confined to Indo-China."

Dulles spoke in Manhattan to the Overseas Press Club of America, but rarely has a speech...

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