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Baruch Calls for Control of Nukes

Bernard Baruch, an American statesman spoke about the continuing struggle of unity in the west. He was an important advisor on many international issues including being the U.S. Representative to the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission. He proposed a plan that would give the United Nations strict control over atomic weapons, but the Soviet Union was opposed to the Baruch Plan.

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