BRAZIL: Slow Motion

After the Big Three Conference at Teheran, Brazil's anti-Communist Government emitted some faintly friendly noises about the Soviet Union. From Rio de Janeiro last week came news that the Government post office hereafter will allow letters written in Russian to pass between Brazil and sister United Nations. Brazil had apparently: 1) taken another small step toward recognition of the U.S.S.R.; 2) hired a censor who can read Russian.


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