National Affairs: Waging Total Peace

Another respected voice in U.S. affairs spoke up last week, with a warning that was wider than Eisenhower's. Addressing the Naval War College at Newport, R.I. 79-year-old Bernard M. Baruch declared: "What has been done so far is inadequate . . . We still have not faced up to what the total peace-waging requires. We still stagger from crisis to crisis, with the initiative left to the enemy. We still treat each country as a separate problem, instead of as part of a unified global strategy." We are "spreading ourselves too thin."

Baruch cited examples. Suggestions had been made that MAP...

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