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Disarmament; War in Indo-China
A suggested telegram to President Eisenhower, Secretary Dulles, Prime Minister Churchill and Secretary Eden as recommended by the Committee on Peace and Social Concerns was presented by Jeannette Smith. The meeting approved . . . ...
"We urge the nations to turn from the methods of war and, in spite of enormous difficulties, to seek with patience, good will and determination a cease-fire and armistice in Indo-China, an end to the suicidal race in armaments and the bringing of all nations and disputes within the framework of the United Nations for conciliation, negotiation, and settlement."