Souvarine Triumphant

Molnar, Thomas
May 1980
National Review;5/30/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p650
The article comments on Sovietologist Boris Souvarine and his anti-Communist and anti-Joseph Stalin book, Stalin. It describes how his manuscript for the book was treated by publishers. An overview of his attacks against Stalin and his successors in his written works is provided. Details of Souvarine's documentation and anti-Communist scholarship are presented. The influence of Souvarine on Communists in France is explored.


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