From before the Truman Doctrine until 1961, the late Francis Lincoln was closely involved in Greek affairs as an economic officer of the State Department. It is, however, history, not memoirs, that he has written in this succinct study. Looking back in the mid-1960s, he felt that both U.S. aid and Greek response had accomplished their aims.
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