More Aid to Poland?

February 1961
America;2/18/1961, Vol. 104 Issue 20, p658
The author reflects on the issue of the U.S. providing economic aid to Poland. The author discusses about the Mutual Defense Assistance Control Act of 1951 or the Battle Act that directs immediate cessation of aid to any recipient country which shipped strategic goods to Soviet Union and talks about President John F. Kennedy's action to amend the act. The author also believes that everyone must take a closer look on the situation in Poland.


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