Foreign News: WHAT MACMILLAN BELIEVES

London TIME Bureau Chief Max Ways last week cabled this authoritative report of Harold Macmillan's views as he took office:

MACMILLAN will gladly go to the U.S.—if he is asked. His friendship with Ike, which goes back to their work together in North Africa during World War II, is very dear to Macmillan, and, at the moment, Anglo-American relationships are uppermost in his mind.

The outburst of anti-Americanism in Britain in recent weeks, Macmillan believes, is a bad sign, and he is grateful that it was not matched by anti-British feelings in America. A tendency to blame the other fellow is...

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