December 1952
New Republic;12/8/52, Vol. 127 Issue 23, p6
Highlights the role of U.S. presidential candidate Dwight David Eisenhower during the Korean War. Desire of the Soviet Union to carry out military expansion in South Asia; Eisenhower's policy to replace US troops by South Koreans; View that it is futile for Eisenhower to reassess the conditions of an armistice or an offensive in Korea; Analysis that If Eisenhower goes on from Korea to Saigon, and from Saigon to Delhi, he can make the redemption of a shallow commitment an outstanding event in his Presidency.


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