THE NATION: Giant Strides

A month after the Korean war began, General Eisenhower said: "You can't win anywhere if you don't win this one."

It is now apparent (see WAR IN ASIA) that the U.S. is not going to win the Korean war. Washington has not the will to win it. During eight months of truce negotiations, U.S. forces have grown weaker, the enemy stronger. There is no will to achieve anything more than a stalemate. All Asia will note as a great new fact that the U.S. was unable to cope with the Chinese Reds.

Europe, despite years of effort and the expenditure of billions...

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