RUSSIA: Shut Door

Russians were amazed and delighted last week by a decision handed down in Manhattan by Federal Judge Charles P. McClelland, who has heard many a case in which the U. S. Treasury Department claimed that Soviet goods sold in the U. S. were "dumped."

Judge McClelland overruled last week the Treasury Department's finding that a consignment of Soviet matches had been dumped. He tartly said: "The apparent policy of the legal representatives of the Government in the trial of these cases . . . seems to be to deliberately shut the door of inquiry against the ascertainment of the actual...

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