Killed by Compromise

September 1961
Time;9/8/1961, Vol. 78 Issue 10, p23
The article reports on the compromise agreement approved by the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee for the country's foreign aid program during its meeting in 1961. It states that Democrat William Fulbright described some terms of the agreement after their meeting which seemed to favor the will of President John F. Kennedy. It notes that the committee authorized a 7.2 billion-dollar foreign aid from 1961-1966.


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