Let It Not Be Said That We Have Failed

Authors

  • Cheddi Jagan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-015-11-1964-03_4

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Abstract

Nineteen sixty-four has commenced with high hopes. The main themes pertained to questions of peace and hunger. Leading statesmen the world over have recognized the necessity for world peace, the ending of the Cold War, and the abolition of hunger from the face of the earth. We, too, are in agreement with these lofty aims. Our own experience has taught us, however, that some of the world's statesmen speak with their tongues in their cheeks. They say one thing and do exactly the opposite. They take decisions which run counter to their pronouncements.

Published

1964-03-04

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