EGYPT: Organized Chorus

In the spacious Celebration Hall of Cairo University last week 500 delegates from more than 40 countries rallied under a huge banner showing two hands, one light and one dark, clasped around a torch that lit up the outlines of Asia and Africa. A milling throng of students waved a banner that read DOWN WITH THE EISENHOWER DOCTRINE; from the gallery, schoolgirls shouted: "No bases—no pacts —no H-bomb!"

Opening the proceedings, Brigadier Anwar el Sadat, Deputy Speaker of the Egyptian National Assembly, rejoiced at prolix length in the new freedom of lands "where once Western wild beasts roamed." Getting down to...

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