International: Prognosis

To a Manhattan dinner honoring Al Smith's memory this week came warm, hopeful words from Winston Churchill on the state of the world. He said:

We have traveled a long way in opinion since I spoke at Fulton, under the auspices of the President, 18 months ago, and many things which were startling or disputable then have now become the foundation of dominant Anglo-American thought.

During all this time the Soviet Government have poured out through their radio, in 26 languages, enormous speeches made on their behalf, an unceasing stream of abuse upon the Western world. And they have accompanied this virulent propaganda...

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