Communists: Still Stalin

>The Radio Warsaw disk jockey obviously did not know the score. Thoughtlessly he played a cantata by Soviet Composer Aram Khachaturian written in praise of Joseph Stalin. Last week the square deejay lost his job. > In Russia, a soccer match between Volgograd (formerly Stalingrad) and Tiflis, capital of Stalin's native Georgia, was called off by officials who feared that pro-Stalin Tiflis fans would riot at the sight of Volgograd jerseys.

From East Berlin's Stalinallee to a Paris suburb's Rue Staline,* street signs and statues last week were torn down as Khrushchev's...

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