CEASE-FIRE: Signing the Pledge

If the truce talks at Panmunjom were a high-school debate, the U.N. debaters would have had their Communist opponents backed into an uncomfortable corner last week. Major General Howard Turner reminded the Reds of a statement made last month by North Korea's Nam II to the effect that his side would certainly build and repair North Korean airfields during an armistice (the theory being that North Korea was a sovereign nation, and that the U.N. had no right to interfere in its internal affairs). Now Red China's Hsieh Fang was saying that...

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