"The real success of the conference was the uninhibited exchange of views. Participants
left the conference with a greater understanding of the points of agreement and division.
I was impressed by the evidence of goodwill, and by the determination of all who attended
the conference -- particularly those from the U.S.A. and U.S.S.R. -- to reach agreement."
Walter Boas. "Conference Against the Spread of Nuclear Weapons," Meanjin Quarterly (2). July 1961.
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