Healing disunity in human affairs

Almost daily, it seems, we receive new reports of a breakdown in many areas of human cohesiveness, that unity of purpose and good will upon which mankind's continued progress greatly depends.

There are fears that political motivations among presidential candidates in the United States may weaken that country's ability to respond to crucial international problems in a concerted and wise way.

Need is felt for a defense policy based on consensus among those nations opposed to Soviet expansionism in such areas as Europe and the Middle East. But some experts warn that the Soviet Union aims to undermine consensus and thereby gain advantage for its own policies.

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March 24, 1980

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