National Affairs: QUID PRO QUO

With both the Greek-Turkish Aid and the foreign relief bills passed by both houses of Congress, Massachusetts' Senator Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., grandson of a famed statesman, an artillery officer in World War II, and a junior member of the Foreign Relations Committee, rose in the Senate last week to suggest a realistic way of using the funds. Excerpts from his speech:

We would do well to make it clear immediately that we shall not aid governments which have failed to carry out their commitments to the United States.

We must not "pour money...

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