UNITED NATIONS: Spanish Recipe

The U.S., which had often denounced the Franco regime in Spain but had insisted curative measures should be left to the Spanish people, this week presented them with a recipe.

U.S. Delegate Tom Connally proposed to the U.N. Assembly adoption of a strongly worded resolution which urged Franco to surrender his powers "to a provisional government, broadly representative of the Spanish people and committed ... to the prompt holding of an election."

To two old questions—if Franco won't and the people can't—the U.S. had only one new answer: extension of Spain's present U.N. disbarment to all international agencies. But the U.S....

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