National Affairs: A Bipartisan Position

How would the U.S. react if Communist China were admitted to the United Nations? For that question last week, there came a clear, bipartisan answer. Across the center aisle of the U.S. Senate, Republican Leader William Knowland and Democratic Leader Lyndon Johnson agreed that the people of the U.S. do not want Communist China in the U.N., and do not want a U.N. that includes Communist China.

The question arose on the Senate floor just after Sir Winston Churchill had sailed for home. Up Pennsylvania Avenue, from the White House, came word that Prime Minister Churchill had told President Eisenhower that there...

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