GREECE: And Then There Was One

"The days of the revolution are over for good," sighed one of the ex-colonels in the original military junta that took over the Greek government in a 1967 coup. "From now on it is just Pa-padopoulos." The ex-colonel was not exaggerating. Last week, in an abrupt and major reorganization of his government and Cabinet, Premier George Papadopoulos, 52, removed all power from the other junta members and left himself alone at the top. The last two of the original partners in the Papadopoulos takeover, former Brigadier Stylianos Pattakos and former Colonel Nikolaos...

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