RUSSIA: Primer by Denny

In order to write a series of plain and simple dispatches setting forth in primer fashion how things are today in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the New York Times's Moscow correspondent No. 2, careful Harold Denny, recently went on leave to Paris and last week was typing busily. Uncensored, he dealt with such Russian fundamentals as:

Wages: ". . . In twenty years the revolution has made so little progress toward emancipation—if it has not. indeed, retrogressed—that the Soviet worker is among the most exploited in the world. . . . And...

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