Foreign Aid: Chip, Chip, Chip

The U.S. Senate was chipping remorselessly away at the foreign aid program, and at week's end President Kennedy urgently called for a halt.

"There are those who find it politically convenient to denounce foreign aid with one breath and the Communist menace with another," said the President in a Manhattan speech before the Protestant Council of the City of New York, which gave him its first annual Family of Man Award. "I do not say there have been no mistakes in aid administration. I do not say it has purchased for us lasting...

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