The Press: As Drew Pearson Revealed . . .

They had broken bread together at the White House, but the meal didn't make them friends. Winston Churchill had obviously had little use for the how-to-win-the-war ideas of Author Louis Adamic. And five years later, when Adamic published his Dinner at the White House, a between-courses sizeup of the President and the Prime Minister (TIME, Sept. 2). he garnished it with anti-Churchill references. Churchill sued for libel, citing a footnote on page 151 of Dinner:

"As Drew Pearson revealed in one of his columns early in 1945, the motives for the British policy in Greece were at least partly linked to the...

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