In La Paz last week, Bolivians gave the U.S. an uproarious show of thanks for the aid they have received from Washington—and with disarming candor added that they hoped for more. Henry Holland, touring Assistant Secretary of State, got the wildest, warmest greeting so far on his fact-gathering swing around South America.

Every 30 yards along the five-mile trip from the airport to the presidential palace was an arch of bright cloth decorated with pictures of President Eisenhower. On a street corner a scrawled sign read: "We thank the United States for its...

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