RUSSIA: Knickerbocker Reviewed

The 10,000-mi. travel diary of Hubert R. Knickerbocker, first correspondent to explore Red Russia thoroughly, came last week to the end of its 24 daily instalments in Manhattan's Evening Post, Philadelphia's Public Ledger.

Both Wall Street and Walnut Street were arrested by the series' title The Red Trade Menace, and startled by certain headlines: Famished Moscow Short All Food Except Bread; Red Railroads Collapse; Reds Use Forced Labor In Forests; Russia Ships Coal Here and Sells Below Cost.

There was another side to Correspondent Knickerbocker's report:

Yes, Moscow is...

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