"We must preserve the human race at all costs," said Craig Wylie '80 last night in stressing the need for a world government to prevent otherwise certain destruction of humanity.
Before more than 100 United World Federalist student delegates in Sever Hall, the Houghton Mifflin editor cited the duty of World Federalists to work toward an international government eventually including every nation. The first step for such a government is the control of armament. Civil legislation will come gradually later.
Discuss Foreign Policy Today
This morning Bromley K. Smith of the State Department, Cord Meyer, Jr., expresident of the United World Federalists, and John Swomley will discuss the question "Is U.S. Foreign Policy Leading to World Unity?" at 9 a.m. in Sanders Theatre.
Smith, appointed special assistant to Dean Acheson last January, was a member of the U.S. delegation to the San Francisco Conference in 1945 and attended the 1947 Foreign Ministers Council in Moscow.