National Affairs: The Conspiracy Goes On

While statesmen and would-be states men debated Communism's latest moves at the rooftop level of foreign policy last week, Attorney General Herbert Brownell brought the subject right down to lock-jimmying level where it belongs. Speaking in Dallas to a meeting of the Inter-American Bar Association, Brownell said: "The primary objective of the Communist conspiracy today is to create the illusion that it is not a conspiracy. But every shred of available evidence shows that the conspiracy is conducting business as usual, if not on an intensified scale."


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