U.S. At War: You, Too, Are a Fascist

The repercussions of Henry Wallace's Detroit speechmaking (TIME, Aug. 2) refused to die. Wallace had loosely tossed around the word "Fascist," without naming or plainly indicating exactly whom he meant. A few Republican leaders had replied in kind. The press took them up. Said The New Yorker wisely:

"It is already apparent that the word 'Fascist' will be one of the hardest-worked words in the Presidential campaign. Henry Wallace called some people Fascists the other day in a speech and next day up jumped Harrison Spangler, the Republican, to remark that if there were...

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