National Geographic : 1960 May
KCDACHROME(ABOVE) AND HS EKTACHRCMEBY GILBERTM. GROSVENOR,NATIONALGEOGRAPHICSTAFF 5 N.G.S. Iranians hear old truths in a new Senate KING DARIUS, greatest of all Persians, would have rejoiced at the words spoken by President Eisenhower, for that monarch brought civilization, law, and order to an empire that stretched from Africa to China. Said King Darius in the 5th century B.C., 634 "I love justice, I hate iniquity; it is not my pleasure that the lower suffer injustice because of the higher." Mr. Eisenhower (opposite, extreme left), speaking before Iran's Parlia ment, stressed "a just peace in freedom . .. the impulse toward justice . . .the recognition of the worth and dignity of each and every human being."