AN amplified view of the international agency for developing the peaceful uses of atomic energy, first proposed last year by President Eisenhower, was presented to the United Nations on November 5th by Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., chief United States delegate to the UN. Calling for an agency that might bear a relation to the UN similar to that of the ten established specialized agencies (Unesco, the World Health Organization, etc.), Mr. Lodge also spelled out in some detail the actions which the United States is now prepared to take pending the agency's creation.

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