COMMUNISTS: Death & Deviation

In the world's chancelleries the No. 1 item of wonderment was the Soviet Union's unflaggingly active and aggressive foreign policy in the face of convulsive disorder within the Communist Parties. While the West grappled with problems created by Soviet diplomacy, the process of destroying the legend of Joseph Stalin was causing obvious and increasing confusion in Russia and the satellite states. If the Soviet Union had not yet found it necessary to make policy concessions on this account, it was because the West had not yet discovered how to exploit a state of...

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