Some members of the House were fed up at the failure of the United Nations to brand Red China an aggressor in Korea, and Ohio's Republican John M. Vorys decided to do something about it. As a senior Foreign Affairs Committeeman, Vorys got in touch with House Majority Leader John McCormack and Minority Leader Joe Martin and hammered out all the details on a bipartisan basis.

A few hours before the U.N. was scheduled to meet on the China issue, John McCormack rose to present a resolution to the House. It was blunt and to the point: "The United Nations should...

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