OPINION: Clear Solution

To a onetime subordinate with whom he has long been on bad terms, General of the Army Douglas MacArthur last week extended a small olive branch. Before a meeting of the National Association of Manufacturers (see BUSINESS & FINANCE), MacArthur, now chairman of the board of Remington Rand, urged "firm support of the new Administration," and expressed the hope that "our respected President-elect" might safely and successfully accomplish "his self-appointed task" in Korea. The onetime U.N. commander also indicated that he might be able to give Ike a hand. Said he: "While it is well known that my own...

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