CHINA: Transfusions of Hate

One night during his conducted tour through Communist China, Editor Frank Moraes of the Times of India was kept awake by mosquitoes. "You know, Chang," he said playfully to his interpreter, "the mosquitoes . . . sucked my blood. From today I shall call them landlords."

"No," retorted Chang somberly. "Call them American aggressors."

Everywhere Moraes went as one of India's cultural delegation to China, the story was the same, he wrote last week in the New York Times.

From the seemingly sagest adults to the small children, reported Editor Moraes, the bloodstream of China has been seriously infected with the propaganda...

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