A Time for Thought

The focus of world news was not in the U.S. last week. Citizens were beginning to find that not only their country's military frontiers, but its political, social and economic frontiers as well, ranged from North Africa to the Far Pacific. The words "isolation" and "intervention" were both equally dead—slain not by Franklin Roosevelt but by events beyond the power of any man to control. The U.S. was now the senior partner of all the United Nations, and the problems that this responsibility brought with it were beginning to come home to...

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