SOCIALISTS: The Bridal Gown?

Delegates from 26 Socialist Parties cheered British Labor Party Secretary Morgan Phillips in Copenhagen two weeks ago. Speaking at the plenary session of the International Socialist Conference in the flag-hung Folkets Hus, Phillips said: "It is high time Socialists stopped nagging the Americans and denouncing them as capitalists ... At present, most European governments are less progressive than the Truman Administration . . . We must not be too smug about European traditions . . . Between the two world wars, America reacted to the world crisis [with] Roosevelt and the New Deal, while Europe produced Hitler and Mussolini."


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