LEBANON: Anti-U.S.manship

It used to be that only the identifiable anti-Americans turned on the U.S. Now the anti-American cry is being taken up by those who fear to be regarded as too friendly to the U.S. Last week, faced with mounting pro-Nasserism and growing opposition to President Camille Chamoun's drive to push through a constitutional amendment that would enable him to run for a second term, the pro-Western government of tiny Lebanon turned on the U.S. with biting acerbity.

The $38 million that the U.S. has given in nonmilitary aid since 1952, huffed the...

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