"We Could Survive . . . Anything Except Stagnation"

February 1956
New Republic;2/13/56, Vol. 134 Issue 7, p7
The author reflects on the role of the U.S. government to encourage national growth. The nation must, the author feels, avoid focusing on the fear that foreign powers can generate but must concentrate on the destiny of the U.S. Citizens must also have faith in each other and be willing to adapt with the government.


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