The Press: Kicked Out

In the strife-torn Middle East, foreign newsmen work in the daily realization that they may be singed by the fires of nationalism. Last week, two of them were.

In Teheran, New York Timesman Michael Clark, 32, son of Freda Kirchwey, editor-publisher of the Nation, was called on the carpet by Iran's Deputy Premier Hussein Fatemi. He clutched a copy of the Times containing a Clark dispatch which said that Premier Mossadegh's "remarkable go-to-o vote of confidence in the Majlis" on his return from the U.S. was helped by "incipient terrorism, i.e., the threat of assassination held over Mossadegh's opponents." Cried Fatemi: "Intolerable...

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