Winner, Percy
January 1953
New Republic;1/12/53, Vol. 128 Issue 2, p9
Focuses on the complications that U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower is likely to face while making his foreign policy decisions, especially in relation to North Africa. Dangers posed by North Africa to the concept of European Defense Community; Risks in following the French policy of the unrestrained use of "police" power to attain political ends; Political attitude of France towards Tunisia and its relation with U.S. policy.


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