RUSSIA: Belt of Fog'

In Leningrad arrived John Maynard Keynes with Mrs. Keynes (Lupokova, the famed Russian dancer). He was present as guest of the Academy of Sciences—representative of Cambridge University at the Academy's bicentenary. To Soviet pressmen the celebrated economist spoke as follows:

"A belt of fog has been separating Russia from the rest of the world. Both we and the Russians have been losers. Russia has so much that is unique and characteristic to give to the world . . . that this separation has been one of the most deplorable things possible....

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