COMMUNISTS: The Last Straw?

Said the democratic Paris paper L'Aube last week: "If this Cominform meeting had been held two years ago it would have been attended by men like Tito, Rostov, Gomulka, Rajk and Markos, men who have now been shot, imprisoned, threatened or called 'dissident.' "

These men—and the possibility that others would join their ranks—were among the reasons why a new meeting of the Cominform was held, "somewhere in Hungary," in the latter part of November. (French diplomatic sources spotted it at the resort of Galyateto, in the Matra mountains.) "Titoism" was spreading....

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