People, Nov. 26, 1956

Names make news. Last week these names made this news:

The Red Dean of Canterbury, Kremlin-loving Dr. Hewlett Johnson, 82, an anachronistic Marxist who still sees the same world that was decried in the Communist Manifesto of 1848, wended his way to Britain's University of Durham, to harangue some 350 students on his threadbare theme of "world peace through trust in the Soviet Union." He had barely begun babbling when seven students entered the hall, bore down the aisle a coffin draped in Hungary's national colors, solemnly rested it before his rostrum. Chirped the...

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