SEQUELS: Turncoats' Odyssey

Between Tsinan, an industrial city in the Chinese province of Shantung, and the Mississippi valley of the U.S.A. lie 8,000 miles, an ocean, half a continent—and an ideological infinity. One dark, rainswept night last week, two ex-G.I.s of the Korean war completed the long journey between those points. For Arlie Howard Pate, 25, the trip ended near Carbondale, Ill.; for Aaron P. Wilson, 24, it was over at Urania, La.

Latest to come home of the 23 American turncoats who went over to the Communists at Panmunjom in 1953,* they returned to the...

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