Foreign Relations: Second Thoughts

Only two months ago, when he signed the foreign aid bill, President Kennedy made it clear that Communist and pro-Communist nations would no longer be considered for U.S. handouts on the same basis as nations of the free world. By last week the Kennedy Administration seemed to be having second thoughts. Items: >The State Department announced the authorization of a $133 million loan to proCommunist, anti-Western President Kwame Nkrumah's Ghana. The funds, which will pay for more than one-third of Ghana's huge Volta River hydroelectric and aluminum plant project (the rest...

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