National Affairs: Recognize Reds?

After turning their well-tailored backs upon Red Russians for 15 years, sleek U. S. State Department officials cocked wary ears last week at a breeze of rumors that Josef Stalin in the Kremlin Palace and Franklin Roosevelt in the White House will soon be on formal, friendly diplomatic terms.

Off the Amberjack II came reports that her Skipper-President had told Professor Moley to take up U. S.-Russian recognition at the World Conference with moon-faced twinkly-eyed Soviet Foreign Commissar Maxim Maximovich Litvinov. In London last week correspondents noticed that Comrade Litvinov, once accustomed to...

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