RUSSIA: Pulp or No Pulp!

Meatier reading than for several years is the Soviet Union's censored press today. Reason: more than 2,000,000 brand new elective jobs have been created by Russia's new Constitution (TIME, June 15, 1936 et seq.), and numberless Soviet problems, some acute, are cropping up in print as efforts are made to have these 2,000,000 jobs filled by nation-wide voting on December 12.

Each of the 100,000,000 Russians expected to go to the polls will vote for at least five persons, his representatives at the various levels of the new Constitution's hierarchy of Soviets....

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