RUSSIA: God's Candles, Devil's Brooms

A merry time of year in Moscow under the Soviet regime has always been when delegates come swarming up all the railways of Russia, traveling on free passes, supplied with bounteous food & drink, and are given the best hotel rooms in the cap-ital—used by tourists in the summer—while they meet as the Parliament of Bolshevism. Last week this national picnic was extra special. The Soviet Union has a new Stalin Constitution and under it the deputies going to Moscow had been elected for the first time directly by all the voters whom...

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