Pulling Together

Reagan's belief that the U.S. and its allies should cooperate more closely received impressive nongovernmental support last week. In a 48-page report entitled Western Security, the directors of the U.S. Council on Foreign Relations and its counterparts in Britain, France and West Germany laid out an agenda for joint action. Increasingly, the report appears at a time when leftists are trumpeting a pacifist cause in Europe. Among the recommendations: European countries should contribute men and matériel to any U.S. force that might be sent to the Middle East to block a threatened...

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