THE NATION: Whatever Is Necessary

With some nervousness the U.S. approached next week's opening of the Geneva Conference with the Communists on the Far East. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, on a quick trip to Europe, had made progress in the essential matter of reaching agreement with Britain and France on the basic position of the three Western powers (see FOREIGN NEWS). But the trip left him no time to brief Congress, which felt that the U.S. position on the Far East was unclear. Capitol Hill wanted more information. The uneasiness was intensified by the course...

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