United Nations: China Battle

Beneath the blue and white dome of the General Assembly, more than 60 speakers are pleading, arguing, threatening their way through the China debate. Once again, for the 12th year, the U.S. is fighting to keep out Red China, the regime that stands formally condemned by the U.N. as an aggressor. Once again, the Communist nations and some neutrals are urging Peking's admission—though the sincerity of their efforts is in some doubt. Where once the U.S. could muster enough votes to sidetrack the matter from year to year, this time the U.N.'s new members, as well as the U.S.'s own...

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