February 1965
National Review Bulletin;2/16/1965, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p2
The article offers updates related to politics. General secretary of the U.S. Communist Party Gus Hall says that the communists support every measure of the Great Society concept that benefits the people. The Tao Chu Kwang Society's goal is to contribute to the development of an atmosphere of opinion leading to the diplomatic recognition of China, commercial relations with China and ultimate emulation of China. The Progressive Labor Movement says that a typical Communist identifies with the Cuban revolution.


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