MR. DULLES MEETS THE PRESS

With commendable if somewhat belated flexibility the Eisenhower Administration is now undertaking a "clarification" amounting to a realignment of our China policy to bring it more in line both with the military realities and with overwhelming public opinion at home and abroad. The pity is that this more flexible policy was not adopted long before the Chinese Communist attack.

Scripps-Howard's ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS:

Dulles is to be congratulated for his public offer to negotiate a reciprocal loss of face with Red China.

SEATTLE TIMES:

Talk of Munich has not obscured the fact that most of...

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