U.S. At War: The Lost Weekend

Out of the shrubbery and secrecy of the Dumbarton Oaks Conference, several propositions emerged clearly last week. For despite heavy secrecy, the leaks to the press continued.

From the trickles of information, ob servers could see that the real problem at Dumbarton Oaks is a question that only the U.S. people can answer for themselves. This question, always fundamental in the American dilemma over foreign policy: Are Americans now prepared to commit the U.S. to use force at the orders of an international agency without waiting for a specific declaration of war by Congress?

An American Plan has been presented at the Oaks...

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