November 1951
New Republic;11/19/51, Vol. 125 Issue 21, p5
The article focuses on international relations between the United States and Soviet Union. Leaving aside U.S. President Harry S. Truman's feeble, half-heartedly uttered speech, the plan itself is a lame creature. The arms census as proffered is a foolish idea, and the principle of running it off in stages, worse than foolish. The insistence on executing the census in stages is an American contribution. It will be remembered that this principle was one of the major hindrances to progress in the control of atomic energy.


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