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Communism has not yet blocked the read to democratic freedom in Asia, Owen Lattimore said last night at the opening of Wellesley's Third Quadrennial Mayling Soong Foundation Institute.
he maintained that the two great successes of western statesmanship in dealing with Asia's desire for freedom have been (1) America's policy in fixing an advance date for Philippine independence and (2) Britain's policy for India, Pakistan, and Burma.
The Wellesley alumnae started the Institute in honor of Madame Chiang Kai Shek, and alumna, to provide information about the Orient.
"These examples may provide precedents for solving such problems as the future of Korea and Indo-China," said Lattimore, who will speak here November 24 at a Law Forum on the "Struggle for Asia."
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