THE brightest omen in the cloudy and confused Washington scene is the way in which Congressional support has crystallized for the act which will put the United States effectively with the UNO. This is the act which authorizes the U. S. representative on the United Nations Security Council to cast his vote and to commit to action an agreed quota of U. S. armed forces, without consulting Congress.By ERNEST K. LINDLEY8 min
BEFORE you shatter the first of those shiny new resolutions we urge that you read and digest two articles in this our first issue of another year. In “Hotheads” (page 19)Donald A. Laird gives the psychological lowdown on what happens when people permit their tempers free rein.
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