THE NATIONS: Three Quotes

Last week three quotations neatly ticked off the three most important facts in the political world: 1) Europe's state of mind, 2) Russia's aggressive truculence and 3) the U.S. opportunity.

"The Spaghetti He Eats." In Rome the dissident Socialist newspaper L'Umanitá, which dislikes about equally Russian Communism and U.S. capitalism, summed up the effect of the recent Red slander blitz against the U.S. Said L'Umanitá:

"The Italian worker, even the unlettered peasant, replies [to Communist cries] by thinking of his son held as a war prisoner in Russia . . . and...

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