The Atom: A Must on Tests

From New York's Governor Nelson Rockefeller last week came one of the most strongly worded public arguments so far for the U.S. to continue with its underground nuclear testing, and to resume atmospheric tests, no matter what the Soviet Union does. Rockefeller predicted that Russia will complete its current series of tests, then "turn its face from the scene of the blast, with an air of virtue and innocence, and say to us: 'Now, shouldn't we all stop testing these awful weapons?' "

"Defiant Stroke." Before some 346 U.S. journalists at the annual convention of the Sigma Delta Chi professional fraternity...

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