On "Soviet Aggression"

  • Corliss Lamont
Keywords: History

Abstract

Great nations rarely reverse their fundamental historical course overnight. Yet today a constant and well-organized propaganda in the United States and western Europe asks us to believe the farfetched story that the Soviet Union, having vigorously sought international peace for the first thirty years of its existence, has become all at once a nation bent on aggression and plotting the military conquest of other countries.
Published
1952-03-02
Section
Articles