Johnson, Gerald W.
January 1961
New Republic;1/16/61, Vol. 144 Issue 3, p8
Deals with the criticisms of the U.S. foreign service and foreign policy in the 1960s as discussed in the books "The Ugly American" and "Listen, Yankee!" Reaction of some critics to the books; Criticism against the quality of U.S. politicians sent to Cuba as foreign service representatives; Expectations on the administration of President John F. Kennedy on the issue of foreign policy.


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