GREAT BRITAIN: Eden's Version

In the first installments of his published memoirs, Britain's Sir Anthony Eden portrayed the late John Foster Dulles as an international plunger who was only prevented from rushing the world into war over Indo-China by Eden's superior wisdom and diplomatic skill (TIME, Jan. 25). Last week, as Eden carried his story (in the London Times and McCall's Magazine) up to the 1956 Suez crisis, the roles were reversed. Now it was Dulles the hesitant, Dulles the appeaser, bent on preventing Sir Anthony from boldly slaying a totalitarian dragon.

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