COMMUNISTS: Isn't It Clear?

Anybody but a Communist would have been embarrassed by the Communist invasion of Korea right in the middle of Communism's trumpeted "World Peace Appeal."

Even the Daily Worker, published in New York, U.S.A., admitted that some comrades were "confused." But it briskly set them straight. The North Koreans were not conducting aggression but "a struggle of liberation." June 26 became "the date Truman ordered the invasion of Korea" and the U.S. effort became "the Wall-Street-conceived and Truman-Dulles-engineered attack on the Korean people." Every North Korean success was another town "liberated," every U.S....

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