258. Editorial Note

On July 25, 1955, President Eisenhower addressed the nation over radio and television concerning the results of the Geneva Conference. For the full text of his address, see Public Papers of the Presidents [Page 529] of the United States: Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1955, pages 726–731, or Geneva Conference, pages 83–87. On the same day, Secretary Dulles testified before an Executive session of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on the course and results of the meeting. For the text of his testimony, see Foreign Relations Committee, pages 717–735. On the following day Secretary Dulles offered his analysis of the conference at a press briefing. For text of his statement on this occasion, see Department of State Bulletin, August 8, 1955, pages 218–219, or Geneva Conference, pages 87–88.