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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 14, No. 13. October 4, 1951

What are we to do?

What are we to do?

"During the war," said Platts-Mills, "whenever the big three met their aides and advisers wrangled interminably and agreed on very little, but the three great leaders agreed and we won the war. So today I believe that if the great leaders of the world could be compelled to meet we should have peacc. There are those who say the Russians cannot be trusted—just supposing that they are all that these people make them out to be, and that their system alone is to blame for the present unrest, there is still no reason why we should not seek agreement. After all, you can trade with people you don't trust in civil life. If this can be done in civil life, then I say it can be done internationally. Let inspection and controls be the basis But we must not he Afraid to Seek Agreement.

—D.S.D. and D.W.