Gorrell, Frank
March 1953
New Republic;3/30/53, Vol. 128 Issue 13, p7
Focuses on the political development taking place in Western Europe. Initiation of an intellectual competition in Western Europe; Concern for unity after Soviet leader Joseph Stalin's death; Preach of vigilance combined with prudence and caution by Western European organs.


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