The Press: The Disenchanted

Three of Europe's top-echelon Communist newsmen last week were out of their jobs as a result of their protests against Soviet military reprisals in Hungary. The disenchanted:

¶ Jacov Levi, United Nations correspondent since 1953 for Yugoslavia's official Communist paper Borba. Levi, 35, quit the party and his job in Manhattan, explained that Tito's defense of Russian intervention in Hungary and the arrest of former Yugoslav Vice President Milovan Djilas (TIME, Dec. 3) had convinced him that "the promised liberation and democratization in my country have reached a dead-end street." Levi, the only Red correspondent accredited to U.N. forces in Korea in...

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