Foreign News Notes, May 11, 1925

Although "many Siberian peasants would give a cow for a Bible," the Bolshevik Government does not permit importation of the Christian book. So asseverated the British and Foreign Bible Society in London.

A Trade Union delegation of four British women arrived in Russia and were received with open arms and large detachments of Girl Scouts.

Max Eastman, U. S. radical, joined forces with two other radicals (deported from the U. S.), Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman, wrote a book on Russia. The efforts of Max are somewhat different from those of Emma and Alex: he...

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