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A review of Lord Russell's political opinions culminating in his proposal for an "International War Crimes Tribunal" to try President Johnson, Rusk, and McNamara for war crimes against the people of Vietnam. The trial is certain to be another example of Lord Russell's anti-Americanism; however, if it should occur at a time when negotiations for peace are taking place, the trial might conceivably have an adverse effect on the negotiations.

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