"Realistic Americans understand that they cannot be liked by everybody in the world, and that even those who admire them will not like everything they do. Yet there are times when the criticisms leveled against this nation seem to pass all reasonable bounds. Whatever the United States does or does not do, someone points a finger of blame. In the great postwar time of trial, we appear to have become everybody's scapegoat. Never was this truer than in the present critical days."
Employee Relations Inc., 1957