National Affairs: Thoughts

Harry S. Truman, Herbert Hoover and Eleanor Roosevelt are former occupants of the White House with little else in common. But last week they showed that they agree on at least one thing: that the U.S. should continue to support the United Nations. Within the framework of that agreement, there were some interesting differences in emphasis and enthusiasm as Truman, Hoover and Mrs. Roosevelt testified before a Senate Foreign Relations subcommittee studying revision of the U.N. Charter.

Said Harry Truman: "One of the most significant things about the world situation today is that the United Nations still exists ... I believe that...

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