Miller, Merle
April 1953
New Republic;4/13/53, Vol. 128 Issue 15, p20
This article presents information regarding the book "Inside," by Helen Bryan. Actually, however, the importance of "Inside" has nothing to do with Miss Bryan's political background, past or present. Except for a fulsome and mawkish introduction by Henry J. Cadbury, "Ph. D.," and a random sentence here and there. Miss Bryan's book has nothing to do with the Cold War. Cadbury, after remarking that "this candid record" actually "requires no foreword" made the mistake of writing one. Miss Bryan or her publishers should have restrained him, by force if necessary.


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