National Affairs: THE ESSENCE OF THE STRUGGLE

In the Declaration of Washington the President and the Prime Minister ringingly defined the moral gulf between the free and Communist worlds:

We are conscious that in this year 1956 there still rages the age-old struggle between those who believe that man has his origin and his destiny in God and those who treat man as if he were designed merely to serve a state machine. Hence we deem it useful to declare again certain truths and aims upon which we are united and which, we are persuaded, are supported by all free nations.

"Because of our belief that the state should exist...

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