RUSSIA: Not Exactly Communism

Colonel Haskell, head of the American Relief Administration, arrived in Berlin from Russia. Said he: " The Soviet Government is in for good. Moscow is now much like any other town. You can go to the restaurant, eat good food at reasonable prices, see a good cabaret show and drive home in a taxicab. There are 99-year leases of property; you can will a portion of your estate to your heirs on dying; there are first, second and third classes on railroads, and you have to pay fares on street cars. You can also...

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