U.S. At War: Moscow Serenade

Moscow's controlled press screeched at Herbert Hoover, only living ex-President of the U.S., last week. One Jacob Viktorov, an editorial writer on Pravda, caterwauled at Mr. Hoover in notes just flat of high C. Shrilled Viktorov, after the New York Times published four critical essays by Herbert Hoover on the San Francisco World Security Conference:

"His proposal [is] a badly camouflaged mine . . . inserted under the future security organization. He heads the most reactionary wing of the Republican Party. He calls for no haste in the formation of a security organization. His thoughts are clear. . . .

"Hoover not only...

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