April 1955
New Republic;4/11/55, Vol. 132 Issue 15, p31
The article presents information on topics related to students of Soviet Union, Nazis and liberalism. Midwest cities and towns are flooding the State Department with requests for students, farmers and industrial workers of the Soviet Union. The idea started when the " Des Moines Register" floated the suggestion of farmer-exchange between the United States and Iowa. According to Roy A. Martin,a researcher, Nazis were no ordinary rabble rousers but included some men of very superior intelligence.


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