Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 6, No. 7. June 9, 1943
The dissolution of the 3rd Communist International has been received in different quarters with mixed feelings. One section, typified by the leaders in the axis countries and those who would, perhaps unwittingly assist them in their ends, hail this event as the collapse of Communism the world over. Another section, among whom we find those desirous of seeing the speedy and final crushing of Nazism and its satellites have hailed this move as making for progress and unity in the present struggle. Yet still another section, thinking neither way, find themselves in the position of simply not knowing.