National Affairs: Give & Take

The free world may at times forget it, but the Communists have proclaimed, * and tirelessly pursue, the tactics of exploiting differences among the non-Communist nations. In one area, they have been nota bly unsuccessful ; Anglo-American unity, the rock on which the free world's alliance must stand, is not vulnerable to such tactics. Nevertheless, during the period of the Labor gov ernment, some serious cleavages did show themselves in dealings between Britain and the U.S. The important overall achievement of Winston Churchill's mission to Washington was to arrest and reverse the process...

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