OPINION: Massive Appeasement?

In the album of Communist propaganda, no lie is more overworked than the argument that "aggressive" American policy is dictated by Wall Street millionaires and merchant-of-death munitions makers against the will of the working class. Last week Plumber George Meany, leader of 10 million A.F.L. workingmen, told the annual convention of the New York Federation of Labor that U.S. policy was not aggressive enough.

Speaking on the eve of the Indo-China truce, Meany said: "The policy of massive retaliation, which was put forward in the early spring as the policy of the Eisenhower Administration, has vanished into thin air. Let...

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