THE NATION: Clearing the Fog

Neither the smoke screens of Communist propaganda nor the fog of Western self-doubt could obscure the nakedness of the Communist challenge last week or the facts of growing faith and growing strength in the camp of free men. Items:

¶ Red China battled with bombs and paratroops to blot out the last vestiges of independence in Tibet, and the Dalai Lama's spectacular escape into India (see FOREIGN NEWS), brought home the point for would-be neutralists in Asia and Africa that they stay neutral in the cold war to their ultimate peril.


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