CONFERENCES: New Definition Wanted

Before the U.S. goes very far on the road toward leadership of a democratic world, it will need a definition of democracy that the world will understand (see above). Last week at Moscow, George Marshall made a grab for such a definition. He told the Council of Foreign Ministers: "To us a society is not democratic if men . . . are not free to express their beliefs and convictions without fear that they may be snatched away from their home and family," and without fear "of being denied the right to work or deprived of life, liberty and...

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