Foreign News: Problems

For some months now Russia has been in the grip of "a wave of strikes." These movements have been of a dual nature: 1) active resistance by cessation of work on the part of industrial workers; 2) passive resistance by the peasants, who cannot buy manufactured goods until prices fall.

The dangers of the situation to Sovietism (it is no longer possible to speak of Communism in Russia), are well appreciated by the Government, or more precisely by the Polit-Buro, the holy of holies in the Communist Party.

First, the industrial strikers, who are...

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