The Press: A Personal Question

During a noon recess in the Kaesong peace talks last week, a group of United Nations correspondents got a surprise as two Russian jeeps came screeching up. Out jumped two Westerners in slacks and white shirts, looking as if they had just come from an afternoon of punting on the Thames. One was 41-year-old Alan Winnington, British correspondent for the Communist London Daily Worker, who has been denounced in Parliament as a traitor (TIME, May 21); the other was Australian Wilfred Burchett, 39, a reporter for Paris' Communist daily, Ce Soir. They are the only Western newsmen covering the war...

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