International: Silver Lining

Almost unnoticed, the Executive Committee of the United Nations Preparatory Commission did a great deal of work in a great deal of harmony.

There were only a few divided votes, and on most of these the great opponents, the U.S. and Russia, were in the same camp. Both favored a U.S. city (probably San Francisco) as the permanent seat of U.N.O. Subcommittees even discussed control of the atom bomb without fissioning into factions.


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