RUSSIA: Moral Unrecognition

Barred from the Soviet Press last week was the fact that President Roosevelt has withdrawn the moral approval which 165,000,000 Russians were happy to think he extended when he recognized the Soviet Union (TIME, Nov. 27, 1933). Until they read that President Roosevelt has charged their Government with flagrant breach of faith (TIME, Sept. 2), that Moscow replied last week by rejecting and refusing to argue the charge, and that Secretary of State Cordell Hull thereupon recorded the Red breach upon white paper for future reference (see p. 11), Russians will continue...

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