FOREIGN RELATIONS: Author Meets Critics

FOREIGN RELATIONS Author Meets Critics

Probably nowhere in the U.S. are the words and ideas of Secretary of State John Foster Dulles more thoroughly or frequently attacked than at the bar and across the dining tables of Washington's National Press Club. Last week Dulles, still glowing from the President's press-conference tribute, went to a sellout luncheon at the National Press Club to face his critics. By the time he had finished his formal speech and a question-and-answer session, he had left on the record one of his clearest appraisals of his own job...

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