Eastern Europe: Satisfaction in Silence

EASTERN EUROPE

The communiqué published by the Polish news agency P. A. P. was just that. It spoke of "brotherly friendship and complete unanimity of views"; yet a quick look at the guest list put the lie to that in a hurry. Gathered in Warsaw last week were Premiers, Presidents and party bosses of the Warsaw Pact nations: Russia's Brezhnev and Kosygin, Bulgaria's Todor Zhivkov, Czechoslova kia's Antonin Novotny, East Germany's Walter Ulbricht, Rumania's Gheorghe Gheorghiu-Dej, Hungary's Janos Kadar, Poland's Wladyslaw Gomulka.

Over the past few years these men have grown ever more...

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