To Russia Without Love

November 1977
New Republic;11/19/77, Vol. 177 Issue 21, p7
Criticizes the political activities of the Soviet Union. Discussion on the strength of the Soviet military and the industrial capacity; Achievement of Russian Communism; Threat of nuclear confrontation between the great powers; Belief that the fealty of General Secretary of the Communist party, Joseph Stalin's survivors to the stifling Marxist rigidities has retarded modernization.


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