COMMUNISTS: The Peace Lovers

It was much the same old celebration of the Russian Revolution's anniversary (the 32nd this year). Lieut. General Vasily Stalin, the boss's son, led an aerial parade of four-engine bombers and jet fighters over the reviewing stand in Red Square. The main address was delivered by rising Red star Georgy M. Malenkov. Said Politburocrat Malenkov: the U.S. is trying to enslave the whole world, outdoing the Nazis and the Japanese imperialists; at the same time, the capitalist system is approaching another disastrous depression (by lumping in "those not working a full week," Malenkov arrived at a U.S. unemployed total of...

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