September 1953
New Republic;9/21/53, Vol. 129 Issue 8, p3
The article reports and comments on current events making news during the week of September 21, 1953. A number of items are covered including China's manipulation of India and its participation in the conference aimed at ending the Korean War, the French role in the leadership of Europe and the promotion of Nikita Kruschev to the leadership of the Soviet Union.


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