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the crossfire among the rebels,” but this isn't a very popular attitude either. What do you think?

Q:

I think there was great justification. I quite agree that the OAS just wouldn't get underway.

Lasker:

They couldn't. They don't have any organized troops...

Q:

And they can't agree on anything either.

Lasker:

They can't agree on anything; they have no funds. The UN has no mobile troops to send anywhere. It was a situation of crisis.

Q:

It was a crisis and something had to be done then, right then.

Lasker:

And he had canvassed the situation he felt.

Q:

I think it's very wonderful that we have somebody who can make a decision to do it.

Lasker:

But he did feel the criticism about it very deeply.

Q:

Does criticism of that sort affect him terribly?



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