Picking the Lock

Burnham, James
July 1977
National Review;7/22/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 28, p821
The article talks about communism in Europe. It presents the difference in the percentage of phoniness of communism in different parts of Europe, particularly in France, Italy, and Spain. The French and Italian parties' polishing up of their public images, focusing on the subjects of being an agent of a foreign power and on dictatorship, are discussed. M. Mitterrand's captivity is also discussed.


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