People: People, Jun. 13, 1949

After Due Consideration

The Madrid radio decided that there was something sinister about Eleanor Roosevelt (see PRESS). Spluttered Madrid: What about the great influence of the "personal whims of the famous lady? . . . Is it a case of feminine dictatorship? . . . Is she the tool of a mysterious international power that gives orders and looks out for its own interests? . . . Is Mrs. Roosevelt a sort of Stalin in petticoats?

Italian Movie Director Roberto Rossellini (Paisan, Open City), separated from his wife and son since 1942, told his lawyers...

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