In the old days, Comrade Earl Browder slipped stealthily out of the country under an assumed name, toting a phony passport. But Passenger Browder's papers were all quite correct last week as he impatiently awaited the departure of a Stockholm-bound airliner from New York's LaGuardia Field.
The bona fide passport in his pocket described Browder's new occupation with the dignity befitting the publisher of Distributor's Guide, a journal of economic information for businessmen. Journalist Browder, however, seemed scarcely friendly to his colleagues.
Where was he going? "No comment."
To Russia, perhaps? "I have...