In CeauseÅŸcu's Romania

Szulc, Tad
October 1976
New Republic;10/23/76, Vol. 175 Issue 17, p12
Discusses efforts of Romanian President Nicolae Ceausescu to govern his country based on the Chinese model of communism. Information on an indoctrination program established in Romania aimed at promoting communist ideology and extreme nationalism; Claims of Ceausescu regarding territorial issues in relation to the Soviet Union and other neighboring Socialist states; Speculations on the economic plans of Romania.


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