If there was any doubt in anybody's mind that the great Kremlin apparat has ganged up to brand Tito once again as a dangerous heretic, that doubt vanished last week. The Chinese Communists, last to speak, piled in, throwing the roughest punches aimed at Tito since Stalin's Cominform war of 1948. Yugoslavia's latest program for "separate roads to socialism," said Peking's People's Daily, is "out-and-out revisionism"—a Communist dirty word for any deviation from Moscow's line—and "viciously slanders the socialist camp." Its "evolutionary views," said the Chinese with a hint that the...

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