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September 1, 1956


JAMA. 1956;162(1):38-40. doi:10.1001/jama.1956.02970180040012

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It is a not-so-pious platitude of godless communism that 90% of the world is steeped in misery and wretchedness. Adding together the massive millions of China, India, Russia, and the uncounted masses of dark Africa, one indeed finds the number to be formidable, especially when the number is compared to the near-minute 170 million Americans who live in comfort. In misery one finds discontent. Discontent breeds the potential for revolution. Moscow-trained professional revolutionists throughout the world are fanning the passions of this discontent. We have witnessed the earth-shaking results.

Including the neutrals of the world, if there really are such things, the professional revolutionists of Stalin have succeeded in wrenching half of all man-kind from freedom and plunging them behind a curtain of silence, of iron and bamboo. From the time of the Bolshevik revolution, through the flight to freedom of Viet-Nam at this very moment, hundreds of thousands of

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