Communists: Not Too Fraternal

The leaders of the world's Communist nations kept busy last week disagreeing, rebuking one another, attacking former colleagues and hurling invective with nonfraternal intensity.

> In Moscow, the Communist Party charged that Mao Tse-tung is not a true Communist and that his policies threaten the party with extinction in China. The party ideological journal Kommunist declared that Mao's policies are "not only a matter of purely Chinese concern" and that they are "doing great harm to the cause of socialism and revolution throughout the world." Kommunist accused Mao of demanding "blind...

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