PROPAGANDA: A Rival for U.N.?

The World Peace Council is like Uncle Toms Cabin without the bloodhounds. The hero is very good and patient, the villain is very villainous, the audience knows just when to cheer and when to hiss. Last week the World Peace Council opened in Berlin with the regular cast (not a road company).

In the opening scenes there were a few surprising innovations. Pablo Picasso's peace pigeon (which French anti-Communists call the Dove that Goes Boom) still dominated the scenery, but the US French and British flags were placed in the center of the...

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