RUSSIA: Propaganda

According to the Russian correspondent of The Morning Post, London daily, Nikolai Bukharin, Editor of the Pravda, Moscow communist daily, informed the Central Committee of the Russian Communist Party and the Praesidum of the Third Internationale that certain ".comrades" had spent $13,750,000 in propaganda, for which there were no accounts or documents available.

He charges G. S. Zinoviev, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Third Internationale with having paid secret " lady agents " in Great Britain and France the sum of $1,600,000 during 1922.

He accuses Karl Radek, Chief of...

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