Editorial Note

On February 9 the House of Representatives unanimously agreed to a resolution condemning the arrest and sentencing of Alojzize Stepinac, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Zagreb (in October 1946), and Jószef Cardinal Mindszenty, Roman Catholic Primate of Hungary, and expressing the “sense of Congress” that these cases be raised [Page 463]by the United States in the United Nations or by such other means as might be most appropriate. For the text of the resolution, see Department of State Bulletin, February 20, 1949, page 231. The United States Senate adopted a similar resolution on April 11; for the text of that resolution, see A Decade of American Foreign Policy: Basic Documents, 1941–49, page 1194.