Paris, October 25: Divisive issues are threatening the very demise of the United Nations. Anti- Israel resolutions in the General Assembly, clearly racist in character, threaten the fundamental pillars of the organization. The racist views of General Amin of Uganda, so rightfully denounced by U.S. Ambassador Moynihan only a few weeks ago, emphasize how painfully slow is man's progress toward peace. And yet, yesterday in New York the United Nations celebrated its 30th anniversary. A special concert was presented for the delegates in the General Assembly Hall - a tradition that began in 1964 at the request of Secretary Dag Hammarskjold. This year Secretary Kurt Waldheim commissioned our very good friend Gottfried Von Einem of Austria to compose a special cantata for the occasion.
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