COMMUNISTS: Pernicious Tendency

Now that it was too late for the U.S. to lock the China stable, Communists were explaining more or less frankly how they had stolen the horse. During the '30s and '40s they had fraudulently advertised Mao Tse-tung and his Chinese Communists as being harmless agrarian reformers —and liberals at home and abroad had rushed for the Red bandwagon. Last week the U.S. Communist Party monthly Political Affairs revealed what Mao himself really thought about liberals; from the July 7 Bombay (India) weekly Crossroads it reprinted an English translation of a little...

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