National Affairs: Mightier than the Sword

Major General Robert W. Grow was publicly introduced as the U.S. Army's highest ranking lackwit three months ago when a Communist newspaper in Germany published stolen excerpts from the indiscreet diary he kept as military attache at Moscow (Sample: "War! As soon as possible! Now!"). This week the Army began an official review of his literary habits. The Pentagon drew up court-martial charges against him for "improperly recording . . . and failing properly to safeguard classified military information."


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