President Truman's policy toward Russia will come up for discussion at tonight's Law Forum meeting at 7:50 o'clock in Rindge Tech Auditorium. Speakers will be Joseph W. Alsop '32, columinist for the New York Herald Tribune, and I. F. Stone. Washington editor of The Nation.
Alsop, who combines with his brother Stewart in a daily syndicated column, was a naval officer, a Flying Tiger, and a war prisoner of the Japanese during the war. He is one of the few foreign correspondents who has been granted an interview with Stalin and is expected to support a "get tough with Russia" policy for the State Department.
Stone writes for both the Nation and PM and has just completed a series of articles on Palestine. He will present the negative answer to the Russia's official topte: "Must We Stop Russia?"