THE DOCK STRIKE had assumed an ugly turn. Not only were 19,000 men out in London but the strike was spreading to other ports. Belatedly troops had been sent to unload essential food supplies and there were convoys of military lorries moving through the streets.
IT IS TIME for anyone who doesn’t know him already to get acquainted with John Foster Dulles. During the last four years he has become one of the half dozen most important architects of American foreign policy. And if Governor Dewey is elected President he probably will be the next Secretary of State.By ERNEST K. LINDLEY7 min
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