International: Levels of Thinking

As UNO's Preparatory Commission, called "Preco," met in London last week to prepare the agenda for the first General Assembly meeting in January, there was rising sentiment that UNO be given more power. The atom was responsible.

Ernest Bevin (see FOREIGN NEWS) expressed a widespread British feeling when he proposed a directly-elected world assembly.

In the U.S., top-level thinking had not advanced so far. But on the next level down were two Senators who are sometimes bellwethers in matters international. Scholarly James W. Fulbright of Arkansas and forthright Carl A. Hatch of New Mexico...

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