Books: Rationalizing Russia

THE ROAD TO TEHERAN—Foster Rhea Dulles—Princeton University ($2.50).


Pitirim A, Sorokln—Dutton ($3).

USSR: THE STORY OF SOVIET RUSSIA—Walter Duranty—Lippincott ($3).

RUSSIA AND POSTWAR EUROPE—David J. Dallin—Yale University ($2.75).

Despite a few fumbling attempts to forbid the banns, the writers of three of these books insist that the U.S. should prepare for a golden honeymoon with postwar Russia. There is unabashed wooing in Foster Rhea Dulles' The Road to Teheran. More surprising is the headlong courtship of Pitirim A. Sorokin, the Harvard sociologist who was once a member of Kerenski's Cabinet and an unrelenting foe of Lenin and Trotsky. There is nuptial...

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