Foreign News: Two Views

Two U. S. men last week came out of Russia. One, Geroid Tanquary Robinson, instructor at Columbia University, arrived in Paris after two years spent in Sovietland. The other, James Hudson Maurer, president of the Pennsylvania Federation of Labor, reached Warsaw, capital of Poland, after a month spent in investigating conditions under the Bolshevik regime. Both said much:

Mr. Robinson: "In some of the newer buildings in Moscow the architecture of American pyramided skyscrapers is imitated, and the revolving street signs for the control of traffic remind the American visitor of Broadway. The...

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