National Affairs: The Order Is Wrong

Ever since junketing Congressmen began making side trips to Spain last autumn, the news from Madrid has sounded as though they had made their pilgrimages across the Pyrenees just to give Dictator Francisco Franco a kindly pat on the back. Most spoke enthusiastically both of a big U.S. loan to the Spaniards and of full U.S. recognition of Franco's Fascist government. But last week three traveling members of the House Foreign Affairs Committee bluntly suggested that the U.S. should not be judged exclusively by the sweet talk of its traveling politicos.

Spokesman for the group was New York's Democratic Congressman Joseph...

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