DISARMAMENT: Exit at Geneva

With many a sanctimonious reference to the U2, the Russians at Geneva have been pushing what they called a radically "new" disarmament plan. It was, in fact, simply another reshuffle of Nikita Khrushchev's proposal for a general and complete disarmament, which he delivered to a skeptical United Nations during his U.S. visit last year. But by incorporating an earlier suggestion of France's Jules Moch, which called for the elimination of all space, air and ground vehicles capable of delivering nuclear weapons, the Russians were able to create an air of sweet reason...

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