THE AMERICAS: Presidential Emissary

President Eisenhower gave dramatic proof this week that his Administration is not going to neglect Latin America. He addressed a special meeting of the Council of the Organization of American States, held in connection with the observance of Pan American Day. It was the first time since 1946 that a President of the U.S. had appeared at this annual ceremony.

Before the entire diplomatic corps (21 ambassadors with their staffs), the President paid tribute to hemispheric unity as "triumphant testimony before all the world that peace and trust and fellowship can rule...

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