JORDAN: The Education of a King

Seated in the oak-paneled office of his limestone palace on one of the barren hills overlooking his ramshackle capital of Amman, the slim, 21 -year-old King of Jordan spoke slowly, in a voice deep and rich for one so young. "I feel I am stronger than ever now. I have the support of my army and my people, in spite of all the efforts to break up my country. We realize now that the propaganda campaign and the internal crisis were the responsibility of international Communism and its followers." The King paused. In...

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