IDEOLOGIES: How to Help Moscow

"As usual," wrote sandy New Jersey's Charles Aubrey Eaton, "we are putting our heads in the sand." Then Mr. Eaton, in the August issue of the American Magazine, buried head & shoulders in one of the most blindly undiscriminating attacks on Russia that has yet appeared in print. Since Eaton is chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives, his blast was a matter of some importance.

Eaton took this line: "Americans are such good people that they are slow to recognize wickedness. . . ." Russia is a "ruthless and brutal nation," full of "atheism...

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