COLD WAR: Accentuating the Positive

The overwhelming congressional endorsement of President Eisenhower's historic message proved, among other things, that men of quite divergent attitudes found in it evidences to support their stoutly held positions. Senator Knowland could see a line drawn and a determination to stand firm in Asia. Premier Chou En-lai denounced it loudly as "a barefaced war cry" and a "brazen threat of agression." But to Britain's Sir Anthony Eden, who has made a fine art of picking out what he finds most useful in others' policies, the key Eisenhower phrases were: "We would welcome...

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