World: Audacious Struggle

In an extraordinary campaign, the Soviet Union for weeks has been attacking Israel and Zionism with newspaper articles, resolutions, petitions and mass meetings. Despite a tradition of Russian anti-Semitism dating from the days of the czars, Moscow insists that the drive is not directed at the country's loyal Jews but only at the Zionists —those who believe in a separate homeland in Palestine for all Jews. The cunning thing about the campaign is that Moscow has pressured Russia's Jews into conducting it themselves. A few Jews, however, have refused to go along with the official line. Last week they were...

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