Family Argument

October 1953
Time;10/26/1953, Vol. 62 Issue 17, p35
The article discusses the arrival of Sergeant Donald Lee of Her Majesty's famed Gloucestershire Regiment in Great Britain after being released from prison camp in Korea. He went home to talk to his wife Maureen who turned into a communist after studying pamphlets mailed to her from Russia after her husband's capture. Maureen claimed that her conversation with her husband did not convince her to dismiss her views on communism, but admitted that she does not feel strong about them as before.


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