FOREIGN RELATIONS: Second Look at Geneva

The day after Secretary of State Christian Herter delivered an hour-long report on the recessed Geneva conference to President Eisenhower at a White House breakfast last week, he put in one of the longest days of the year getting his message across to the Congress and the people. First he drove to Capitol Hill to deliver a two-hour report to the overwhelmingly approving House Foreign Affairs Committee. Then he made a 90-minute report to the overwhelmingly approving Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Herter's clear word: the negative stand-off at Geneva to date did not justify U.S. participation in a summit...

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