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Chile and the Lessons of Legal Socialism

December 11, 1971 change for the better in India's relations with the United States or China but by anything which makes for the disturbance of the political stability of this country. The Soviet Union must be aware of the economic difficulties facing India, which are certain to be aggravate ed by the present war. Any assistance that the Government of India is able to secure from any source for shoring up the economy will be, therefore, basically in the Soviet Union's long-term interest. From that point of view, the Soviet Union can have no serious objections to efforts by the Government of India, once the dust of war settles down, to mend its fences with the United States and to secure the restoration of US economic assistance, for the mo. ment partially suspended.

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