Nation: Emphatic Observations

Washington reporters last week got some fresh, forthright comment on a perennial problem that faces the U.S.: Red China's insistence that it be admitted to the U.N. After a half-hour visit with President John Kennedy, U.S. Ambassador to Nationalist China Everett F. Drumright made some general but emphatic observations.

There is nothing at all inevitable about Red China's admission to the U.N., said Drumright. The Reds' chances in the General Assembly next fall will depend mainly on just how the issue is raised. And on the techniques of U.N. maneuvering, Drumright added. Jack Kennedy...

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