TITLE

STEVENSON CHARMS AND DISAPPOINTS DELHI

AUTHOR(S)
Shridharani, Krishnalal
PUB. DATE
June 1953
SOURCE
New Republic;6/1/53, Vol. 128 Issue 22, p10
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports on three Americans who began to make their impact upon New Delhi at the same time. This spring new American Ambassador George Allen, presented his credentials to Indian President Rajendra Prasad. Adlai Stevenson arrived the next day. The coming shadow of John Foster Dulles lengthened to Delhi about the same time. Stevenson had to make his mark as a member of this American trio. For one thing, Stevenson could be expansive, striking a more harmonious note without commiting the government of the United States, as the only non-official of the three.
ACCESSION #
14496839

 

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