THE NATION: The Real Choice

Through the bewildering confusions of 13 postwar months the U.S. people had watched the progress of their onetime ally, Russia, and they had come to a conclusion. From a zenith of popularity just after V-E day, Russia had dropped to a point where most U.S. citizens had decided that she was no longer a friend but an antagonist.

Now Henry Wallace had brought the country to a new pass. Before the Wallace speech and his dismissal from the Government, many a U.S. citizen had felt that Russia was on the international make and that she should be watched—and dealt...

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