Flying the Unfriendly Skies

Buried in the jungle-covered Honduran mountains ten miles north of the Salvadoran border, the refugee camp at Colomoncagua is not exactly on the beaten track. But in recent months, as the population of Salvadoran refugees has grown to more than 8,000, it has become an obligatory stop for visiting U.S. Congressmen wanting to see how U.S. aid is being administered there. So when a delegation from the Senate Budget and Appropriations committees arrived in Honduras last Wednesday, the camp was naturally on their itinerary. Senators J. Bennett Johnston (D., La.) and Lawton Chiles...

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