THE U.S. TRADE SNUB OF VIET NAM

Recent advances notwithstanding, worldwide U.S. evangelizing for free markets and trade would be more convincing if the country practiced what it preached. To be sure, the advances are impressive. By promising the U.S.S.R. $1.5 billion in farm credit guarantees, the U.S. may have found a way to keep supporting Moscow's shift toward a market economy without acceding to its request for hundreds of billions of dollars in direct aid. And by renewing fast-track negotiating authority, Congress

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