RUSSIA: Ways to Power

A blood red globe, symbol of World Revolution, hung before the Seventh World Communist Party Congress in Moscow last week, flanked by huge posters showing Karl Marx's hairy halo, Friedrich Engels' waterfall mustache, the bald cranium and spiked beard of Lenin and Joseph Stalin's well-oiled, glistening locks. For a month 600 Reds of all nations have been non-paying guests in Moscow, candidly preparing Revolution in all countries despite the Soviet State's pledge to President Roosevelt that it "would not permit the formation or residence on its territory of any organization or...

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