Foreign News: Whose Property?

The Soviet Government has a hard row to hoe. The sum total of the Communist Party is only an infinitesimal part of the Russian population, who, may it be said, give the Bolsheviki more trouble than is generally supposed. The Government has another task hardly less difficult: the efficient governing of Russia. This requires money. One way of getting it is by the sequestration of church property.

Thus, the latest horror of the Bolshevik regime is the trial of Archbishop Zepliak and 15 other priests of the Roman Catholic Church. The case for the prosecution is...

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