Yankee Go Home Rides Again

Theodoracopulos, Taki
February 1976
National Review;2/20/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p155
The article focuses on the allies of the Soviets that infiltrate Greece in 1976. The Soviet Union is widening the gap that separates Greece from the U.S. and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization by subtle infiltration of the press, the trade unions, and the civil service. The Greek Communists are working slowly. They are not like the Portuguese Communists who moved rapidly and failed to consolidate their position. The opportunity of the Communists is the direct result of an excellent propaganda ploy that has associated anti-facism not only with anti-Americanism, but also with social reform and a pluralist society.


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