UNITED NATIONS: Laughter, Anger & Defeat

The volatile Mr. Vishinsky, a man of many faces, this time wore his favorite mask: rage. Gone was the disastrous mocking of his "unable to sleep for laughing" attack on the West's disarmament plan. Last week, before the U.N. General Assembly's Political and Security Committee, he was the angry prosecutor. He asked the U.N. to condemn as "aggressive" the U.S. Mutual Security Act, which allocates $100,000,000 to mobilize Iron Curtain escapees into military units. The U.S., shouted Vishinsky, is planning to set up an army of "criminals and war criminals" to overthrow the Soviet Union. "No force on earth will...

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