THE NATION: Time to Make News

Prime Minister Churchill has been yearning publicly for a conference "at the summit" with the Soviet leaders. This week he and Anthony Eden are coming to Washington, the true summit of international power, the place where the most progress can be made toward settlement of the world's most urgent problems.

Settlement with the Communists is most unlikely. But much of the recent Communist advance and menace to the near future is created less by Red strength than by anti-Red weakness.

The disunity and indecision of the free world have become increasingly apparent in recent months. Items: ¶ There is no...

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