CAMBODIA: A Devastating Trip

At last, a genuine international refugee relief effort is under way

"It's like nothing I've ever seen. It's overwhelming, emotionally overwhelming." So said Rosalynn Carter last week in Thailand, where she had gone to see for herself what she called "one of the great moral issues of our time," the agony of the refugees spilling out of Cambodia and the other Indochinese countries. She plunged into camps housing thousands of sick and dying people, cradled undernourished infants in her arms and tried to feed them, kneeled before rows of hunger-weakened human castoffs lying...

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