Decker, Clarence
December 1952
New Republic;12/8/52, Vol. 127 Issue 23, p14
Highlights the political, social and economic developments in Burma. Attitude of the Burmese government towards Communism; Provision of educational facilities and social benefit systems in the U.S.; Necessity of promoting public welfare in Burma; Initiatives taken by the leaders of Burma to improve health and educational facilities; Support of rights of labor unions by Burmese leaders; Economic assistance by the U.S. to Burma, which has reduced population unrest and fostered development; Political and economic significance of American-support programs in Burma that may create a situation conducive for health growth.


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