GREECE: Unity?

For four months Exile Premier George Papandreou had been pitched and tossed in the blanket of Greek politics. In Cairo there were diehard royalists; in Greece, diehard leftists. At the Lebanon Conference to reconcile Greek factions (TIME, May 29), Greek factions fought about the King's return, civil liberties, Governmental posts for members of the Greek underground Government (PEEA). Envoys of the Communist-led EAM, biggest of the homeland's resistance groups, were offered five Cabinet posts, insisted on holding six key posts. When their demands were refused, the men of EAM returned to Greece in a huff.

But last week Cairo radio reported that...

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