Notes and Comment

June 1960
New Yorker;6/4/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 16, p31
The article relates the author's experience of attending a United Nations convention in New York City. The purpose of the author for attending is to listen over the Security Council debate on Russian resolution condemning the U-2 flight as an act of aggression. Several attendees at the convention included Sir Pierson Dixon of Great Britain and M. Bérard of France. Among the topics discussed by Bérard were espionage, mass destruction and instant annihilation.


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