Single-Party Democracy

Daniel, Jean
May 1962
New Republic;5/28/62, Vol. 146 Issue 22, p12
Argues that the Evian peace agreements between the French government and the insurgent National Liberation Front (FLN) would result into the formation of a democratic republic govern solely by the FLN. Observation that Algeria will have a left-leaning leader in the mold of Cuba's Fidel Castro; Suggestion that Algerians would build a strong government of a socialist type and a planned economy of the Yugoslavian or Israeli type; Speculation about the involvement of the paramilitary Secret Army Organization in the assassination of Muslim victims.


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