GREECE: Caramanlis: The View from Athens

In the three months since he agreed to take over from the discredited junta government of Greece, Premier Constantine Caramanlis has confidently steered the country back toward democracy. He has wiped out the repressions and suspicions of seven years of military dictatorship, freed political prisoners, abolished censorship, revoked martial law, advocated constitutional reforms and even legalized the Communist Party, which had been outlawed for the past 30 years. Now Caramanlis, 67, who was Premier from 1955 to 1963 and spent the past eleven years in self-imposed exile in France until his...

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