TITLE

Soviet Russia--I

AUTHOR(S)
Keynes, J. M.
PUB. DATE
October 1925
SOURCE
New Republic;10/28/25, Vol. 44 Issue 569, p246
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on Communism in the Soviet Union. Reason behind the unawareness of the rest of the world about political activities in the Soviet; Discussion of Leninism which is a combination of religion and business; Information about the followers and leaders of the new religion; Analysis of whether the new religion is partly true, or sympathetic to the souls of modern men; Belief of the Communists in the introduction of a new order upon earth; Features of Communism; Means by which the Communists endeavor to influence public opinion towards money.
ACCESSION #
15225322

 

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