RUSSIA: Anniversary Waltz

"Everywhere," shouted Russia's Marshal Nikolai Bulganin last week to the crowds gathered in Red Square to celebrate the 67th anniversary of the Bolshevik revolution, "the warmongers are still continuing and increasing their activity." Such words are as expected a part of revolutionary celebrations as references to Old Glory on the U.S. Fourth of July. But last week the remarks were milder. When the usual parades were over, several representatives of the "warmongering" U.S. were among honored guests at a huge Kremlin banquet. There for the first time, U.S. Ambassador Charles Bohlen broke bread with Premier Georgy Malenkov.

Malenkov walked amicably...

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