No matter how one examines the Algerian problem it has clearly become so serious that, asp in the case of Vietnam, a political solution must now take precedence over any other.
There is no longer any need to prove the connection between the French and Algerian crises; the French government has admitted as much. Nor is there any need to repeat that the deteriorating Algerian situation contaminates the whole of North Africa. Bourguiba, for Tunisia and Mohammed V, for Morocco, have both stated frequently enough that the stability of their newly independent regimes depends on reestablishment of peace in Algeria.
Never have were been so many detailed surveys made of Algeria’s economic, social and demographic situation as n...
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