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This World ... U.S. Speaks Up for Little Man of Greece
American Aid Remains Vital Need Threat of Further Civil War Hovers Moral Obligation Toward People
Publication:The Christian Science Monitor (1908-Current file) - Boston, Mass.
Author:By JOSEPH G. HARRISON, Foreign Editor, The Christian Science Monitor
Date:Apr 4, 1950
 Abstract (Document Summary)

America's momentary shelving of diplomatic niceties in its hard-worded note to the Greek Government seems to be just what is needed and could, if pushed, do a great deal of good.


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