U.S. At War: Expert

William Henry Chamberlin is a scholarly author whose twelve years (1922-34) as the Christian Science Monitor's Moscow correspondent changed him from an ardent admirer of Communism into a disillusioned critic (Collectivism—A False Utopia). This week, writing in Scripps-Howard's New York World-Telegram, he gave his verdict on the significance of the Browder-Hillman campaign for Term IV, Said he:

"Communists have been trying to exploit our wartime association with Russia in order to suppress in this country any objective discussion of Soviet foreign policies and internal conditions. They act on the assumption that America is already one of the Soviet republics,...

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