Indochinese Refugees

Keegan, Karen
July 1977
New Republic;7/23/77, Vol. 177 Issue 4, p11
Presents information on the hostility being faced by Indochinese refugees. Reason of certain countries for not admitting the refugees; Fear of tension between the refugees and citizens of one's own country; Status of the refugees in the U.S. as immigrants; Supply of food and supplies to Thailand by the United Nations High Commissioner; Request for the emergency admission of 15,000 Indochinese refugees.


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