Central American Shuffle

Enders and Hinton are out in a shake-up at the State Department

Secretary of State George Shultz was flying to Williamsburg on Air Force One when he made a rare appearance in the plane's press section. He launched into a soliloquy about the need for the U.S. to promote freedom and democracy in Central America, emphasizing that only a strong military shield in El Salvador can protect their development there. "Now, in all of this," Shultz said, "Tom Enders, a man of vast experience in diplomatic matters, has played a very strong and important...

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