Foreign News: A Faint Cheer for U.N.

Beneath statues of the Duke of Wellington, William Pitt the Younger and of himself, 82-year-old Sir Winston Churchill, wearing white tie and tails, the blue ribbon of the Garter across his chest, looked and sounded the proud and unyielding Englishman as he spoke out last week in London's 500-year-old Guildhall. His audience was 550 American and British lawyers and their wives, his theme was that "justice knows no frontiers," and his warning was that "justice is not being achieved" in the U.N. Assembly.

Said Churchill: "I do not throw in my lot with those who say that Britain should leave the U.N....

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