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At the UN, ‘a dramatic feeling that something needs to be done’ this time

Summary

The symbolism of the United Nations has long eclipsed its utility. Visitors to its headquarters in New York are greeted by a 9-foot-tall Russian sculpture of a worker beating swords into plough-shares, symbolizing man’s desire to end war and convert […]

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The symbolism of the United Nations has long eclipsed its utility. Visitors to its headquarters in New York are greeted by a 9-foot-tall Russian sculpture of a worker beating swords into plough-shares, symbolizing man’s desire to end war and convert the means of destruction into creative tools.

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