COMMUNISTS: Not Being Too Beastly to Moscow

A meeting of international Communist leaders in Spain? Nothing like it had happened in 40 years, and it was almost enough to bring that old anti-Communist crusader, Francisco Franco, dead scarcely a year, right back from his tomb in the Valley of the Fallen.

Said Santiago Carrillo, secretary-general of the Spanish Communist Party: "I feel very much moved. Until today it was I who had to be received by them, in Rome or in Paris, and now it is I who can receive them in Madrid." With those words and a couple of...

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