RUSSIA: Bukharin Falls

"One of the first friends we found in New York was Bukharin who had just been expelled from Scandinavia. . . . He welcomed us with childish exuberance. Although the hour was late and we were fatigued from the journey Bukharin insisted on taking me and my wife to see the New York Library."

The night was Jan. 14, 1917. The husband and wife were Mr. & Mrs. Lev Davidovich Trotsky. Exiles from Tsardom, they had crossed on the little Spanish steamer Montserrat to live with...

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