GREECE: A Mosquito on a Bull

For the first time since the military junta seized power and imposed martial law six years ago, Greece has been rocked by political protests. Surprisingly, the demonstrations were organized and led by Greek university students, who have until recently been considered the most passive and timid in Europe. "I smell the fresh breath of spring," exclaimed Opposition Leader John Zighdis, a former Cabinet Minister who was imprisoned for a year and a half by the colonels. "This will lead to the destruction of tyranny and the downfall of the dictatorship." Retorted the...

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