Pryce-Jones, David
August 1983
New Republic;8/15/83-8/22/83, Vol. 189 Issue 7/8, p19
Assesses the success and failure of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO). Objectives of the PLO movement; Role of the PLO under the leadership of Yasir Arafat; Concern of the PLO towards the rights of Palestinians; How Arafat had a chance to lead a national movement, bringing Palestinians both peace and justice; View that Arafat's fantasy of liberation has ended up betraying his people.


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