Life of a Correspondent

Schorr, Daniel L.
June 1956
New Republic;6/11/56, Vol. 134 Issue 24, p54
Focuses on the problems for journalism and correspondents in the Soviet Union. Influence of Soviet officials in work of correspondents; Views that censorship, which could once be counted upon to enforce uniformity, is no longer reliable; Development of campaign against former Russian leader Joseph Stalin being below expectations; Influence of politicians and government officials on the media; Information related to attack of Russian leader Nikita Khrushchev in Stalin being provided to Western Communist journalists by Russians; Revelation of problem of correspondents by arrest of an Russian having contact with an foreigner; Possibility of change in attitude of Russian officials towards foreigners.


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