Cambodia: My Son, My Son

Prince Norodom Sihanouk, neutralist Cambodia's chief of state, is not only plagued by the threat of Communism and the problem of providing for his five million people, but also by far more personal cares. "This is to inform all dear citizens," Sihanouk told his subjects in a recent communiqué, "that a number of families lately came to tell me of their sufferings. They complained that His Royal Highness. Prince Norodom Yuvanath, who is my eldest son, had gone to bed with their daughters. On learning this I was sorry for the honor and future of these girls who had...

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