RUSSIA: Red Waves

Can Soviet Russia force recognition from the U. S. by any conceivable means?

Suppose a radio station were set up at Moscow of sufficient potency to drown or "crash through" the programs of U. S. broadcasters. Suppose radio listeners in the grain and hog belts of the U. S. found their favorite station blotted out by an ether tidal wave of Communist propaganda. Would, or would not, the millions of U. S. listeners-in force the Administration into contact with the Soviets?

The cables touted last week that there is being erected at Moscow a...

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