Dulles Joins the Chorus

July 1956
New Republic;7/2/56, Vol. 135 Issue 1, p5
Comments on the speech of U.S. secretary of state John Foster before the Kiwanis International, discussing the party system in the Soviet Union. Remark made by Foster on the principal political figures in the Soviet Union; Spread of disenchantment with the Soviet leaders among people for whom the Soviet Union had been a symbol of progress and peace; Suggestion that the furthering of the disenchantment should be one of the first goals of the U.S. diplomacy; Contribution of Dulles to the spread of disenchantment.


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