peared in the ‘Jewish Exponent’ about a month ago and apparently precipitated this controversy, made this point quiet clear.
“To advise the Jews of America to read a journal which he recently acquired if they wish to know the views on the subject, is a form of exploitation exceeding the bounds of ordinary effrontery. The issue is clear: directly or indirectly whether through the medium of an official ‘release,’ or by idle talk, Mr. Brown has hurt the Jews of Poland. In this the Jewish press of Poland seems to be agreed this hurt will not be removed or ameliorated by asking the Jews of America to read his magazine. Clearly Mr. Brown owes an explanation and an apology to the Jews of Poland. All else is irrelevant.”