In recent months, as Yugoslavia's Marshal Tito has edged closer and closer to the Soviet foreign-policy line, the U.S. has grown increasingly dubious about the value of aid to Yugoslavia (more than $1.5 billion since 1948). Last week, exasperated into action by Tito's recognition of Communist East Germany, the State Department announced that it was "reappraising" its aid program to Yugoslavia. Military and economic aid currently in the pipeline will not be cut off. But when the time comes to apply for aid in the future, Tito will encounter a cold U.S....

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