Yesterday's Forecast

May 1978
National Review;5/26/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 21, p634
The article reports on the suggestions of prominent individuals regarding the United States policy towards Cambodia. George McGovern states that it will be better for Cambodians if the United States would stop providing aid and let them work things out on their own. For Anthony Lewis, the more American military aid is provided, the longer the agony of the Cambodians will be. Joe Kraft, on the other hand, asked if it really matters that Cambodia will become Communist.


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