Kraft, Joseph
May 1971
New Yorker;5/29/1971, Vol. 47 Issue 15, p64
The article reports on the situation and development of various sectors in Moscow, Russia. It describes the Russians' buying attitude during the 1971 Passion Saturday. It also emphasizes on the increase of consumer goods production of the country. It remarks on the popularity of Leonid Brezhnev as the top Soviet politician, where his speeches were broadcast in television.


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