June 1962
New Republic;6/11/62, Vol. 146 Issue 24, p3
This article presents news including the stockpile investigating committee of Senator Stuart Symington who are investigating top officials of the Eisenhower Administration regarding the questionable purchases of federal stockpiling programs, the amount of money from every dollar spent in the United States that is donated to research and development, and deals that China has made with Canada, France, Australia, and Argentina, in exchange for food.


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