The Nations: Calls for Cooperation

Lyndon Johnson last week addressed two appeals to the Kremlin for progress on arms controls, a subject he clearly holds vital to the peace effort of his last months as president.

Flying into rain-soaked Manhattan, the President made a calculated surprise visit to address the U.N. General Assembly, whose members had just voted, 95 to 4, to endorse the nuclear nonproliferation pact. When it is signed by the U.S., Russia, Britain and 40 non-nuclear countries, the treaty will prohibit traffic in nuclear arms and war materiel between the atomic haves and havenots, and...

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