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Post-War. Well, you see, of course, during the War
it was the thing to do to be pro-Russia, which sort of made you
pro-Communist. During the War nobody was ever attacked for being
pro-Communist. In fact, if you were anti-Communist it was as if you
were pro-Hitler. All of these things are a little difficult to get
into perspective fifty years later.
Yea, but in the Thirties, late Thirties being Pro-Communist was
not that popular.
No, no, I said the War. No, but during the War it
Well, it seemed to become a little, justly slightly more
acceptable to call Russia our ally.
Oh, much more. Oh, no, after all they were-a lot
of people were brought up with that-
Tell me what you mean, exactly by Communist infiltration in the
A lot of the dominant people in the New York
Newspaper Guild were Communists, or pro-Communists.
Were they attacked in McArthyism?
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