Washington Comes to Israel's Economic Rescue:
Both Emergency Aid and Long-Range Construction
THE balm of sovereignty, and four years of physical co-existence, have worked a natural but nonetheless wonderful change in relations between the government of the United States and the government of Israel.
It does not mean much to say that these relations have never been better, when one recalls the mutual antagonisms of 1948, the State Department’s frustrations and resentments, and the misgivings in Tel Aviv about the sincerity, clarity, or unity of American policy. The happy fact is, however, that they are not only better but good.
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