September 1960
New Republic;9/19/60, Vol. 143 Issue 13, p3
Focuses on political developments in various parts of the world with emphasis on political condition of the U.S. Conference of protestants ministers and laymen on the political aspects of Roman Catholicism, lead by religious leader Norman Vincent Peale in Washington; U.S. government's response to the challenge presented by the decision of Nikita Khrushchev to lead the Soviet delegation to the UN General Assembly; Observation of communist interest in policies of Congo premier Patrice Lumumba.


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