Brumberg, Abraham
September 1960
New Republic;9/26/60, Vol. 143 Issue 14, p28
Presents letters to the editor related to political developments in several countries. Role of the Soviet Union in overthrowing the regime of Cuban Dictator Fulgencio Batista; Apprehension over the rupture in diplomatic relations between Cuban and the U.S. governments; Contributions of several developed countries in the economic development of Cuba; Discussion over the contents of the book "The Soviet Design for a World State," by Elliott R. Goodman, regarding former Russian Prime Minister V.I. Lenin's thought about the necessity of individual dictatorship.


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