The Press: Down with Ba Gu

In Manhattan's Communist Daily Worker, the paragraph seemed right at home:

Every leading functionary in his or her mass activity must link up and integrate domestic issues with international questions, for precisely to the degree that foreign policy affects domestic policy, to that degree must the struggle for a correct position at home take on concrete forms of struggle for a correct position abroad.

What was that kind of talk? It was "Ba Gu," said the Daily Worker last week. The Communist daily, an old Ba Gu addict if there ever was one, swore off the filthy stuff. Originally, said a learned note...

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