Just when most Republican critics had muted their demands for Dean Acheson's head, the silence was broken by a new clamor. New York's middle-of-the-road, internationalist Republican Senator Irving Ives was for getting his colleagues together in a formal demand that the Secretary of State be sacked.

"We, the Republican members of the U.S. Senate, call upon the President to appoint a new Secretary of State at the earliest possible time," wrote Ives in a resolution submitted to the Republican policy committee. ". . . Unless this change ... is made, our efforts to...

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