International: Tale of Two Citizenships

Despite their anger over the way their U.S. host was peeking into the activities of Americans at U.N., the U.N. high command had to admit that some pretty startling creatures were still being found in the woodwork. The most startling of all was Olga Michka, a slim, cold-eyed blonde of 33. Called before the Senators, she told a strange story of two citizenships. Her parents are both naturalized Americans who were born in Russia. Several years ago, she said, they had split over politics: her mother decided she preferred Soviet Russia, her father and brother maintained their loyalty to the U.S....

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