SPAIN: Blast from the Ruins

U. S. citizens well know the jealous scorn of official Germany—the blasts against New York City, that tomb of bloated moneybags, against Franklin D. Rosenfeld, against the Jewish, plutocratic press. The country has recently become acquainted too with the distorted echoes these cries make when they bounce off Rome's walls. Last week a strangely related fury came up from the ruins of Spain.

All week long newspapers attacked the U. S. This week the campaign reached a climax. On Madrid walls there appeared a grisly cartoon showing a cart being drawn over Belgian,...

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