RUSSIA: A Whoop & a Holler

RUSSIA A Whoop & a Holler History's biggest powwow of Communist rulers, the bosses of twelve states and 900 million subjects, who met in Moscow to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution, finally wound up. Canceling his long-planned trip to Poland to head straight back to Peking, China's Mao ("Let a hundred flowers bloom") Tse-tung left withered hearts and blighted flowers all over satellite Europe. In a final speech to 3,000 Chinese students at Moscow University he said: "The Socialist camp must have a head, and that head is the Soviet Union. Communist workers must also have a...

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