Foreign News: Tito's Taint

Symbols of resistance to the dictatorship are rare in Russia. Thus Marshal Tito, who broke with Stalin in 1948 and is now celebrating his rehabilitation in the Kremlin hierarchy by junketing around the Soviet Union with Stalin's old cronies, gets a big hand at most places. In Stalingrad last week he was mobbed.

A crowd of 200,000, cheering and screaming, broke through MVD guard lines, tumbled Tito and his wife, newsmen and photographers in a heap against the official automobiles while First Party Secretary Khrushchev, wearing a Ukrainian shirt under his jacket, fought his...

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