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Reporter
A FORTNIGHTLY OF FACTS AND IDEAS
MAX ASCOL1, Editor and Publisher
Assistant Editor, Philip Horton • Managing Editor, Robert S. Gerdy
Assistant Managing Editors: Al Newman, William Knapp
Art Editor, Reg Massie
Staff Writers: Robert K. Bingham, Douglass Cater, Richard Donovan,
Claire Neikind, Gouverneur Paulding
General Manager, Raymond Frankel • Production Manager, Anthony J. Ballo
Advertising Manager, Richard F. Lyon
Circulation Manager, Albert C. Simonson
VOLUME 5, ISO. 3
Korea: New Hazards Ahead
1. THE REEFS OF STRATEGY . .
2. THE SHOALS OF POLITICS . .
MEN FOR THE SERVICES . .
AUGUST 7, 1951
. S. L. A. Marshall 5
Thomas J. Hamilton 8
. . John B. Spore 10
CHANGE IN CHARLEY Claire Neikind 12
How ROLLBACKS WERE STEAMROLLERED Philip M. Stern 14
At Home & Abroad
Isaac Deutscher 17 How STRONG IS THE U.S.S.R.? .
The postwar buildup has been very real
YUGOSLAVIA—RIGHT TURN? . . . Henry Mannering 21
How the divorce from Stalinism has changed Tito's household
O I L : M E X I C O A N D I R A N . . . . Herbert L. Matthews 24
Food for Premier Mossadegh's thought
"GOOD FAITH" AND COMPETITION William S. Fairfield 27
Hitting the small businessman where he lives
BYRNES—THE MISSING WITNESS . . John Thomason 30
One foreign-policy architect whom the investigators ignored
JUNKMEN'S PROGRESS Ruthven Todd 32
An increasingly important group of ragged individualists
Views & Reviews
Gouverneur Paulding 34 THE FACE OF THE DEEP . .
A review of The Sea Around Us
POSTWAR CAMBRIDGE John Rosselli 36
A citadel of British individualism survives
THE PEDESTRIAN Roy Bradbury 39
A jaundiced view of the world of AD. 2131
THE REPORTER : Published every other Tuesday by Fortnightly Publishing Company, 220 East 42nd Street,
New York 17, N. Y. AH rights reserved under Pan American Copyright Convention. Entered as second
class matter at Dunellen, N. J., under the Act of March 3, 1879. Copyright 1951 by Fortnightly Publishing
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Several of our writers have again been
hampered by the possibility of sudden
twists and turns at Kaesong before this
issue reaches our readers. Although
the author of our lead article says
he is writing "in a darkened cellar at
midnight," we believe that the military
and political hazards described in the
first two articles will continue to face
us regardless of the final outcome of
the truce negotiations.
S. L. A. Marshall, military analyst
for the Detroit News, returned from
Korea early this year. . . . Thomas J.
Hamilton is chief U. N. correspondent
of the New York Times. . . . John B.
Spore is Associate Editor of the Combat
Forces Journal. . . . Philip M.
Stern is an assistant to Senator Paul
Douglas. . . . Isaac Deutscher, a frequent
contributor to The Reporter,
wrote Stalin: A Political Biography.
. . . Henry Mannering is the pseudonym
of an expert on foreign relations
who recently returned from Yugoslavia.
. . . Herbert L. Matthews, veteran
foreign correspondent for the New
York Times, is now on that paper's editorial
staff in New York. . . . William
S. Fairfield writes frequently for this
magazine from Washington. . . . John
Thomason, a former South Carolina
journalist, is now doing public relations
work in Washington. . . . Ruthven
Todd, a British poet and critic,
now lives in New York.. . . John Rosselli
is studying at Cambridge. . . .
Ray Bradbury is the author of The
Martian Chronicles and The Illustrated
Man. Cover by John Richard Mc-
Dermott; inside cover photographs
from British Information Service,
Yugoslav Information Center, and
Black Star.


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