FOREIGN RELATIONS: The Newport Warning

Hatless and prop-washed, John Foster Dulles stooped under the spinning rotor blades of the Marine helicopter that set him down on tiny Coaster's Harbor Island in Narragansett Bay one morning last week. Rested from a recent vacation week, he made his way up the lawn into the headquarters building of Newport Naval Base and into President Eisenhower's vacation office. The Secretary of State drew a chair up to the left of the President's desk, reported that he had finished drafting the statement that they had been planning by phone for three days. "Let's have a look at it," said...

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