IN THE REVIEW

A Greek Tragedy

The Death of a Democracy: Greece and the American Conscience

by Stephen Rousseas. and Others
King Constantine’s abortive counter-coup last December was one of the most rapid and humiliating fiascos in the history of mutiny—or of monarchy. It should have shattered many tenacious illusions about the Greek political situation. One was the King’s claim to command either popular support or military loyalty. Another was the …