GENEVA: Back on the Hook

For a moment last week, the long, unhappy split in the U.S.-British relations seemed about to end. At Geneva, Britain's Anthony Eden shook off the lethargy induced by Communist voices, and declared he saw no further use in continuing discussion on Indo-China. Next day Sir Winston Churchill announced that he was going to Washington to visit President Eisenhower. Churchill had told Eisenhower he would not accept his invitation so long as there was British hope of a settlement at Geneva that acceptance might "prejudice"; the meeting was intended to mark a major turning point in British policy, and to...

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