Into the cold
grey waters of the Gulf of Finland at Leningrad, last week, were
launched two hulking freight boats. Each weighed 5,340 tons. Sister
ships, they are two of the largest freighters in the built-in-Russia
Soviet commercial fleet.
As the boats rocked from side to side, spectators on shore strained eyes
to read the names on their prows. One was Sacco; the other Vanzetti.
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