THE AMERICAS: Agenda: Trouble

In a candid bid for new ideas on U.S. policy toward Latin America, President Eisenhower last week appointed a six-man National Advisory Committee on Inter-American Affairs, to be headed by Ike's brother Milton, head of Johns Hopkins University and longtime presidential watchdog on Latin American affairs. The President acted in the wake of worsening relations with Panama and Cuba.

Trading Notes. Never before had a country off U.S. shores been as unfriendly as Louisiana-sized Cuba, which engaged the U.S. in full-scale diplomatic debate, taking obvious relish in every word. Off the presses of...

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