Letters, Feb. 21, 1955

China Policy

Sir:

To date, there has been no indication of a [U.S.] policy even predicated on "two Chinas," let alone a policy reflecting the much advertised program of massive retaliation. The unfavorable reaction you noted in Asia to the President's mention of a "ceasefire" [Jan. 31] was really a rude awakening, not a sense of betrayal. Policy thus far has existed largely in the minds of all the people affected, in whatever form they wished to see it ...

JOSEPH PAUL MORRIS JR. Haverford, Pa.

Sir:

. . . Since Formosa and the offshore...

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