National Affairs: Dressing Down

Smarting from U.S. protests over, its rigged elections, Poland thought it had a new Ambassador who would soothe the suspicions of the U.S. in general, and of Polish-Americans in particular. It sent to the U.S. a man who had once been a member of the U.S.-backed London

Government-in-exile, was only recently a convert to Poland's Communist-dominated Government. Officially he was a member of the Young Catholic Party, which is part of the Government bloc, but has a name which Warsaw hoped might lead some in the U.S. to think the opposite.

Last week Ambassador Jozef Winiewicz presented his credentials to President Truman. President...

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