RUSSIA: The Boss Is Back

Looking fit, sunned and a trifle slimmed after his seven-week Black Sea vacation, Nikita Khrushchev bounced back into Moscow last week—and immediately things began happening. Even before he arrived, the Kremlin air crackled with premonitory flashes as the big boss, like a storm thundering over the horizon, moved slowly northward toward his desk, fulminating all sorts of commands and imprecations as he advanced. Far south in the Caucasus he rumbled darkly of the wholesale overhaul he plans for the Soviet school system, warned all parents that his project of sending all teen-agers out for two years' work before finishing their...

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