The Hemisphere: How to Live with the Reds

Faced by the difficult and dangerous decisions of the cold war, some of the Western world's statesmen—notably Prime Minister Winston Churchill—have spoken wishfully on occasion of the possibility of peaceful coexistence with the Communists. Canada's External Affairs Chief Lester B. Pearson has often veered off in the same direction. But as his nation's chief delegate to the Geneva conference he has had a bellyful of Communist negotiators. Last week he took a realistic look at the problems of sharing a planet with the Reds; in a speech at a meeting of Canadian mayors in Windsor, he said:

"A strange new word has...

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