Soviet Soft Words Have Already Blunted the Edge of West's Alertness to Red Peril

September 1955
Saturday Evening Post;9/24/1955, Vol. 228 Issue 13, p12
Comments on the controversy behind the Operation Goosegrease of the Soviet Union in 1955. Remarks from U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower on the operation; Threats posed by the operation to the national security of the U.S.; Improvements in the armed forces of the Soviet Union; Implications of the operation for the proliferation of communism in the U.S.


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