FRANCE: Moderation Needs Success

All one snowy morning last week, squads of workers swept the apron of Paris' Orly Field. They swept to such purpose that when his Super-Constellation taxied up that afternoon, His Majesty the Sultan of Morocco could step out in white pointed slippers on dry ground. Nothing was too good for Sidi Mohammed ben Youssef, the pro-Nationalist monarch who, a prisoner of the French in Madagascar exile seven months ago, now returned in triumph to open negotiations for Moroccan independence. Welcomed at the airport by Premier Guy Mollet and a platoon of ministers, the Sultan was borne off with his wives...

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