T.R.B. from Washington

August 1961
New Republic;8/7/61, Vol. 145 Issue 6/7, p2
Presents information on some recent socio-political developments. View that Congress will quickly pass U.S. President John F. Kennedy's requests for non-nuclear military build-up and there will be a series of phased defense increases; Stress of Kennedy on negotiation; Information on the fact that birth rate in Central America is now the highest in the world; Impact of Catholic beliefs on birth rates; Comments on the U.S. policy in the Far East.


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