Letters, Jul. 18, 1955

World on Trial

Sir: I enjoyed and was instructed by your United Nations report [June 27] ... One main trouble with the U.N. is that it is upside down; the Economic and Social Council ought to be on top and the Security Council on the bottom . . . Peace is not just security against aggression. If we could only obtain a more positive and dynamic vision of peace, we would be as excited about waging it as we now are fearful of war ... It is the work of the Economic...

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