Foreign News: Dose of Castor Oil

When President Eisenhower and Premier Bulganin smilingly shook hands at the summit parley last July, the Soviets got a propaganda windfall. Pictures of the occasion were blown up to enormous size and placarded throughout Eastern Europe as "proof" that the U.S. had made friends with the Soviet Union and no longer had any interest in setting the satellites free. Last week, when newsmen sought another smiling picture, this time of Vyacheslav Molotov chumming up with John Foster Dulles, the Secretary of State said no. It was a challenge that no photographer could or would ignore.

All week long the cameramen of many...

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