FOREIGN RELATIONS: Report on Panmunjom

After flying back to the U.S. from Korea, rock-jawed Arthur Dean went on the radio last week to tell the nation about his meetings with the Communists in the famed straw hut at Panmunjom. Wall Street Lawyer Dean explained, first of all, why he broke off the talks. At the Dec. 12 meeting, after seven weeks of futile wrangling, the Red Chinese delegate charged that the U.S. was responsible for Syngman Rhee's release of 27,000 anti-Communist P.W.s last June." Said Dean to his radio audience: "I told the Chinese delegate that his statement was false, and that unless he withdrew...

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