RED CHINA: Mao's Two Speeches

Along the ever-humming grapevines of the Communist world and through the chancelleries of the West flashed an electrifying report: just a year after Khrushchev's historic attack on Stalin, Mao Tse-tung, too, had made a "secret" speech, in fact two of them. The speeches could not match Khrushchev's in sensation, but the stir that they are making in Communist lands (Westerners have yet to get a full text) shows that if Mao is in fact bidding for "ideological equality" with Moscow, he will have eager supporters in the satellites, whose leaders are anxious to see "many roads to Socialism"...

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