OUR HUMAN COMMONWEALTH: Ike's Far-Ranging Proposals to the U.N.

"Today I come before you because our human commonwealth is once again in a state of anxiety and turmoil," said President Eisenhower in his address to the United Nations General Assembly. Seldom has any state paper carried so many far-ranging yet specific new proposals for U.S. policy. Chief among them:

United Nations. "Only through the United Nations organization . . . can humanity make real and universal progress toward the goal of peace with justice." The U.S. stands "squarely and unequivocally in support of the United Nations and those acting under its mandate...

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