INDONESIA: Equal & Fair

At Semarang, in the heart of Java's Communist belt, President Sukarno of neutralist Indonesia last week delivered his first public report on the trip which he made to the U.S. two months ago. In the audience, at Sukarno's special request, was the able U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia, Hugh S. Gumming Jr.

Sukarno began by extolling the material wealth and achievement of the U.S. "In San Francisco," said he, "I saw a bridge that is four kilometers long—a bridge that is more than 50 meters above the surface of the sea and under which big ships can pass . . ....

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