CHINA: Justice on the Radio

Canton again was plunged into China's Red terror. Last week the Communist masters of the city (pop. 1,000,000) decreed a holiday and summoned the people to a grisly circus. Obligingly, they broadcast the show, so that the outside world knew what it was like.

More than half a million people turned out on Canton's streets, jammed into the square in front of the Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall, where a tribunal had been set up. Some 229 loudspeakers carried the proceedings to crowds packed in the side streets. From 10 in the morning until...

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