On Capitol Hill the foreign-aid climate continued fair and warm last week in the face of stormy world events. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, appearing before a Senate Appropriations Subcommittee in an effort to get back some of the $7.1 million cut by the House from his $199.9 million State Department budget, discovered that there was little need to plead. No less a climatologist than Majority Leader Lyndon Johnson was almost shoving money towards him. "At the moment, our future rests upon the shoulders of the diplomatic corps," said Johnson, who last year led an unmerciful attack on...

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