Watching the proceedings of the U.N. Security Council during the August crisis, one could not fail to be impressed by the young representative of Czechoslovakia, Ian Musik, who calmly and without any rhetoric read the documents which refuted the Soviet claims. He stated that there exists a legitimate government of Czechoslovakia; that no authorized person had called the Russians; and that in fact they had crossed the Czech border in contravention of all existing treaties and laws.
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