UNITED NATIONS: Essentials of Peace

Russia's Andrei Vishinsky had thumped indefatigably, through eight weeks of U.N. meetings, for Moscow's version of "peace." His loudest bang, echoed by ing" noisy from whacks the at Western Communist "war-monger-propaganda machine around the world, was a proposal for a five-power non-aggression pact.

This week, in the General Assembly's Political Committee, Vishinsky again drummed away at his favorite theme—"Western Germany is about to be used as ... a springboard for a new aggression on the Soviet Union." When he had quieted down, the U.S.'s Warren Austin dramatically delivered the West's answer to Vishinsky. It was a sweeping Anglo-American resolution on...

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