THE AMERICAS: Top-Level Attention

One hurry-up half hour after he greeted brother Dwight at Washington National Airport last week, returning Fact-Finder Milton Eisenhower gave out the "urgent" gist of the recommendations he will make as a result of his Central American swing. The U.S., he said, should consider:

¶ "The imperative need for loans—not grants—in every country visited."*

¶ A response "to the appeal of Latin American nations for more stable relationships between raw-commodity prices and the prices of manufactured products."

¶"The urgent and immediate need to bring about throughout the hemisphere a clear, accurate understanding of U.S. policies, purposes, programs and capabilities."


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