Nation: The Senate: An Individual Who Happens To Be a Negro

It was his first major address since his election, and Massachusetts' Republican Senator Edward William Brooke III ranged the gamut of American problems —from youth to the urban crisis, from disarmament to justice for minorities. Speaking in Los Angeles last week before California Republicans, Brooke devoted a major part of his address to an eloquent review of foreign policy.

Citing St. Augustine's axiom, "War's aim is glorious peace," he noted that in Viet Nam the U.S. is seeking to create "an atmosphere in which resolution of our...

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