OPINION: Oh, Henry!

After waiting for three weeks to get what he called the "full facts," Henry Wallace took his stand on Korea. Said he: "When my country is at war and the United Nations sanctions that war, I am on the side of my country and the U.N."

Wallace brushed aside a whole clutch of Progressive Party comrades who had been trying to set him straight. Russia, he declared defiantly, was behind the whole thing and could stop the war tomorrow if she wanted to. Said Wallace: "I cannot agree with those who want to start a propaganda drive to pull the...

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