No man can serve two masters.
The Communist party has long since been exposed as a secret conspiracy whose followers cannot give loyalty to any other master. In 1952 nobody should therefore deny the right of a newspaper to fire an employee who is a Communist. The American Newspaper Guild; having fought hard to fire Communists from its own paid jobs, could scarcely deny it. Nevertheless, last week the Guild found itself upholding the fantastic claim that a newspaper publisher has no right (let alone duty) to rid himself of Communist writers.
In Los Angeles, an impartial arbitrator had just decided that...