TURKEY: Tactical Deployment?

Down curving Ankara Caddesi, Istanbul's Fleet Street, rushed a mob of students. They poured pell mell into the rickety three-story building housing Tan (Dawn), a leftist morning newspaper edited by smart Columbia University-trained Zekeriya SertelVsiey wrecked the old flat-bed presses, the crowd swept over the Golden Horn to attack the plant of La Turquie, which had suddenly turned leftist when the British withdrew their "favors" at war's end and Soviet agents started buying up thousands of copies daily.

The Russian press growled that the Turkish Government had given police protection to the rioters and used the incident to build up...

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