National Affairs: Sound Business

Last week the No. 1 Communist of the U. S., Earl Browder, explained why the Communist Party had suddenly changed from a loud opponent of U. S. militarism into a strident exponent of Rearmament. Now that the dictators have triumphed at Munich, he declared, "A fascist world can be prevented only, in the words of the manifesto of the Communist International on Nov. 7, 'with the aid of ... governments which are ready to use armed force.

Thus did Communist Browder join a growing chorus of U. S. radicals and liberals who in...

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