KHRUSHCHEV'S LIES NEW SOVIET LOW

THE ECONOMIST:

MR. KHRUSHCHEV is a notorious dropper of bricks. But no mere slip of his fidgety tongue can explain away his fantastic charge that the British, the French and the Americans had "started the second world war, sent troops against our country, and these troops were the troops of Hitlerite Germany."

Mr. Khrushchev, an exemplary product of Stalin's schooling, seems to learn more slowly and painfully than did Frankenstein's laboratory-built monster. Perhaps he really has no idea that, long before Mr. Molotov's incredible announcement (on June 14, 1941) warnings of a German attack on Russia were being put out by "the...

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