DEMOCRATS: Foreign Policy Debate

In his main speech last week—at San Francisco—Adlai Stevenson widened the gap between himself and Eisenhower on their attitudes toward the struggle with world Communism. Stevenson's key words were "endurance," "patience," "compromise," "negotiation" and "adjustment."

Said Stevenson: "With 85% of our budget allocated to defense, it is the Soviet Union which now fixes the level of our defense expenditures and thus our tax rates. The only way to emancipate ourselves from this foreign control ... is first to develop our strength, and then to find the means of ending the armament race."

Stevenson said that it "would be foolish to try...

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