Foreign News: Truth, Truth, Truth

''All is serene in Moscow. . . . There is no foundation in fact for any of the alarming reports. . . . Russia is one country that welcomes Americans. [Russian] customs officers and passport inspectors . . . are courteous and reasonable . . . a refreshing relief after the meticulous curiosity of the French, German and especially Polish functionaries. . . . There were nine Americans [going to Russia] on the train, and one was accompanied by his wife and son, aged eleven."

Thus from Moscow wrote Correspondent Henry Wales to the...

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