The Press: Love Story

No matter how the winds of Soviet censorship may blow, the New York Times's droll, scholarly Correspondent Brooks Atkinson often contrives to get his message through from Moscow. One safe system: simply quote from the papers, and keep your afterthoughts dry. Last week a story in Izvestia caught his fancy. He passed it along: "Red Army troops are evacuating Iran amid many expressions of love and admiration at mass meetings of the people. . . . From Meshed Comes a bulletin: ... 'as our dear guests by their good behavior left pleasant impressions . . . the Iranian people love the...

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