"Coexistence" here and abroad

October 1954
America;10/9/1954, Vol. 92 Issue 2, p35
The author reflects on the implications and concept of coexistence. He asserts that Americans perceived coexistence as a dangerous and unrealistic concept especially if it will be used for peace mediation and war prevention. He believes that coexistence will not prosper because of its hidden agenda and opposition from other participating countries. He notes that Americans must strive hard to attain a free and strong world militarily, economically and morally as well as hope for liberation.


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