Foreign News: Two-Edged

France's newly recognized Government grappled with a double-edged problem last week—what to do about the Spanish Maquis who have been raiding into Spain from France, had seized the Spanish consulates in several French cities, were calling for another Spanish civil war. One sharp edge of the problem was domestic: the Spanish Maquis received voluble support from their French comrades within the F.F.I. If General Charles de Gaulle did not support them too, he could expect harsh words, perhaps harsh acts, from the Left. The other sharp edge of the problem was international: Russia,...

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