The World: Four Views from the Top

Shortly before the elections in Portugal, TIME Managing Editor Henry Grunwald and Correspondent Gavin Scott interviewed four of the nation's top government and political leaders. Each in ins own way tried to present the Armed Forces Movement position and to counter fears that Portugal might go Communist or antiWestern. Excerpts from the interviews:

PRIME MINISTER VASCO DOS SANTOS GONCALVES, 54, was an army engineer under the old regime, when ins passion for social reform induced inm to help organize the disaffected officers of the Armed Forces Movement. He became the cinef arcintect of...

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