Foreign Relations: Into the Pool

FOREIGN RELATIONS

Accompanied by a 23-man team of advisers, Britain's Prime Minister Har old Wilson arrived in Washington last week for two days of intensive talks with Administration officials. This was his first visit to the U.S. since the elections, and it was occasioned by the effort to settle the problems of the nuclear multilateral-force idea proposed by the U.S. and so far embraced enthusiastically only by West Germany. Wilson wanted to "throw our proposals into the common pool of Western thought"—and Johnson wanted to hear him out.

"Stand Up, Lew." There were, of course, the social amenities. To a state dinner...

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