Winner, Percy
June 1952
New Republic;6/16/52, Vol. 126 Issue 24, p7
This article discusses the Bonn-European Defense Community (EDC) treaties. Many Europeans found symbolic significance in General's arrival in Paris on the day of the signing of the EDC treaty. Moreover, to heighten the value of the coincidence it was on the same day that the belligerent nationalism of neo-Fascism showed its voting strength in Italy. The three-power guarantee which accompanied the EDC treaty may satisfy Foreign Minister and a majority of members of the French Government. Moreover, the recent conduct of the American Congress, suggesting that the "good" Americans cannot control the "bad"-- that is, the isolationists, the America firsters and the pro-Germans--is a warning.


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