ATOMIC AGE: Gentlemen May Cry: Peace . . .

Unless war can be abolished, the U.S. officially informed the U.N. last week, the only recourse of peace-loving nations against aggressors using atomic bombs will be to develop bigger & better atomic bombs. The announcement was made in Scientific Information, Volume I of Bernard M. Baruch's report to the U.N. Atomic Energy Commission.

The report outlined the uselessness of all direct and indirect defenses against atom bombs, but added a comforting note: "War with this weapon will not be completely unendurable in a country adequately prepared and strong enough to withstand the first onslaught. The length of the war would certainly...

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