FRANCE: De Gaulle Under Attack

President Charles de Gaulle, for whom everything seemed turning up roses scarcely a year ago, is feeling a few thorns.

At home, the man who was installed to end the Algerian war, is being attacked because he remains indecisive about it. From right and left last week, manifestoes were flung across France demanding solutions for Algeria, and Paris witnessed its first anti-De Gaulle riot when a mob of 3,000 young right-wingers shouting "Algeria is French!" tried to march on the presidential palace and were bloodily dispersed by club-swinging cops.

De Gaulle's onetime Tunisian supporter, President Habib Bourguiba, has now turned against...

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