Executives of the Communist-pumped World Committee of the Defenders of Peace met in London last week, but were unable to maintain peace within their own family. A row broke out between the two chief U.S. delegates, Party-Liner Paul Robeson and Manhattan Lawyer O. John Rogge, onetime (1943-46) special assistant to the U.S. Attorney General, a non-Communist who has been an advocate of Red causes and until lately a darling of the world Communist press.

Rogge offered a resolution in behalf of Communist Dictator Tito of Yugoslavia; it would have readmitted the Yugoslav delegates, whom the Defenders of Peace kicked out...

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