Taking note of much official and unofficial talk about the future of the atomic bomb's secret,
Secretary of State James Francis Byrnes last week said that: 1) Russia had not
asked the U.S. to be let in on the secret; 2) he and President Truman
had not even discussed the possibility of entrusting it to the United
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