Foreign Relations: Speaking Out, Softly

Amid rising demands that the U.S. Government "do" something about Communist Cuba, the Senate last week at least said something. By a vote of 86 to 1, the Senate passed a resolution declaring that the U.S., in the spirit of the Monroe Doctrine, is determined to:

> Employ "whatever means may be necessary, including the use of arms, " to prevent the Castro regime from "extending by force or threat of force its aggressive or subversive activities to any part of this hemisphere."

> Prevent the buildup in Cuba of "an externally supported military capability" that would endanger...

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