GREAT BRITAIN: Risks of a Municheer

Only 24 hours before departure for Washington, Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden seemed more anxious to emphasize the divergences in U.S.-British policies than the agreements. So did the House of Commons. After listening to the debate on his Geneva policies, Eden rose again and summarized his mandate from the House, as he saw it: "Do all you can to have the best possible relations with the United States, but do not forget what the House of Commons wants you to do."

What the House wanted Eden to do was to give the Communists the benefit of every doubt. Where no doubt...

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