Letters, Apr. 16, 1945

No Jonah Unity

Sirs: I am particularly interested in one quotation which you extract from the recent Communist attack on me in a recent Soviet publication and also over the Moscow radio —a bit of "Soviet caterwauling" (to use your phrase) the justification for which is "hard to guess" (TIME, March 26). The "caterwauling" tries to identify me as an "imperialist." In support of this ridiculous theme, it charges me with wanting the kind of world unity "which Jonah enjoyed when he was swallowed by the whale." Yes; I used that phrase...

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