The Government of El Salvador continues to labor under the terrible burden of trying to oppose a well-armed, well-financed campaign brought against it by guerrillas, supported and sponsored by the Soviet Bloc, Cuba and closer to home, Nicaragua. Many liberals who had great expectations for the nationalists and agrarian reformers of this or that revolution now pin their hopes on Salvador's guerrilla coalition. Probably, most of the people who picketed consider themselves liberals, as does almost everybody who takes that position on El Salvador these days. Probably they consider that the liberal position is to oppose the small amount of US aid to the elected Government of El Salvador. The argument was made about Vietnam that the Government of South Vietnam was simply morally unworthy of support by the United States. It was said to be guilty of serious human rights violations and of regular abuses of personal and legal rights.