A Red Manila?
? The New Khmer Rouge" Ross 1-1. Munro,
in Commentary (Dec. 1985), 165 East 56th
St., New York, N.Y. 10022.
On the outskirts of Manila these days, Communist insurgency is no longer a minor nuisance inflicted by a handful of lackluster guerrillas. It is a real-and growing-threat on which Philippine president Ferdi- nand Marcos, and Washington, had best keep a watchful eye.
So says Munro, New Delhi bureau chief of Time-Life News Service. In 1974, he notes, members of the New People's Army...