COMMUNISTS: After Molotov

Two years ago Communist power meant the Red Army. After V-E day, Communist power meant Molotov, who in U.N. and in the Council of Foreign Ministers strove to freeze into international acceptance (and, where feasible, to extend) the Red Army's conquests. Now that the Russian diplomatic drive had been checked, it was Molotov's turn to fade into the background, making way for the next—and the most serious—phase of the Communist effort to control as much of the world as possible. Propaganda and organization, reaching into every field of human activity, characterized the new emphasis.

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