National Affairs: Credit for Poland

To House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Thomas S. Gordon, whose Chi cago district is heavily Polish, President Eisenhower revealed last week that the U.S. not only is arranging to sell Communist Poland farm surplus commodities (TIME, Jan. 14) but also will allow the Poles to purchase on credit. Wrote Ike to Gordon: the transactions "would ease economic difficulties of the Polish people," also "clearly reveal that the door remains open to a closer relationship" with the U.S. and other free nations.


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