KOREA: Right Way to the Left

A dog-eared copy of the one-page North Korea Communist mouthpiece Chawng Lo (Right Way) turned up in the U.S. zone last week. From it, South Koreans, eager for news of their northern countrymen, learned of a two-day meeting in P'yongyang to plan a provisional government for the Soviet-occupied area. The self-government murmurs had strong overtones of the Internationale.

Chairman of the conference, Chawng Lo said, was Kim II Sung, "a 32-year-old hero" who appeared "in a Red Army uniform . . . proudly wearing medals received from the Russian Government." Chawng Lo reported: "All of Kim II Sung's bills passed...

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