RUSSIA: Hoover Plot

President Hoover has not yet been burned in effigy at Moscow, differing in this respect from Aristide Briand, Sir Austen Chamberlain* and the President of China, Marshal Chiang Kaishek. But last week both Mr. Hoover and ex-Chairman Alexander Legge of the U. S. Federal Farm Board became in Moscow popular candidates for stuffing & burning. Reason: "The Hoover Plot against the Soviet Union."

Discoverer of the plot was one Wilson, correspondent in Manhattan of Pravda. Pravda means "Truth." Pravda is the official Soviet daily of the Communist...

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