P.O.W.s: Speaking Out

P.O.W.s Speaking Out The Gordian tangle of debate on ending the war has descended on the National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia. Holding its second annual meeting in Washington, the league, which in the past has generally backed the Administration's policies, showed signs of dividing along the lines of argument that exist in Congress: setting a withdrawal date v. trusting the President's maneuvers.

A new wave of anxiety was evident among the 500 wives, parents and other relatives present. "It is our strong fear," declared one resolution, "that the ability...

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