De Toledano, Ralph
February 1986
National Review;2/28/1986, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p42
Comments on political developments in South Korea as of February 28, 1986. Importance of a strong American commitment to Korea's defense and to free trade; Attempts to create an incident that would give North Korean leader Kim Il Sung an excuse to re-open hostilities; Argument that Korea has never known American-style democracy.


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