FOREIGN RELATIONS: A Year for Reflection

Almost a decade ago, millions believed that the world had beaten its spears into pruning hooks and had hung its trumpet of war in the hall of the United Nations. Today, some people believe that, when the U.N. sounded its trumpet in Korea, it defended the peace with pruning hooks. Others believe that the U.N. is a spearhead of world government and, therefore, a menace to national sovereignty.

One who seems to believe both is California's William Knowland, who told the Sons of the Revolution in Manhattan last week that it is time "to stop kidding ourselves into believing the...

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