RUSSIA: Colonial Bullitt

A keen judge of character, the late great Nikolai Lenin set the seal of his approval on William Christian Bullitt, now U. S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union, by calling him "a young man of great heart, integrity and courage." With this Lenin kudos behind him, Mr. Bullitt wound up last week a scouting visit to Moscow on which he was received by almost every prominent Soviet leader except Josef Stalin. Other ambassadors and ministers, most of whom are ostracized in Russia as "Capitalist spies," sat in their embassies and legations...

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