RUSSIA: Report from Moscow

From a seven-story building across from the Kremlin, currently the office of the American who probably knows most about the mind and mood of Communist Russia, came a report last week that set off uneasy stirrings in Washington. Six weeks after his return to Moscow for the first time in six years, U.S. Ambassador George Kennan was disturbed by Russia's change of temper, and the violence of its current hate-America campaign. He first sent home his alarms, and then this week flew from Moscow to London to discuss them with Secretary of...

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