THE KREMLIN: Discrimination in a Tomb

Moscow went all out last week to welcome Comrade Tito, the prodigal son, and for one very good reason. For them, at this moment in history, he was the world's most useful man. These days the Kremlin's Communists have one basic task on their minds: they hope, by pinning responsibility for Communist crimes of the past 20 years on Stalin, to exculpate themselves from a guilt which they unquestionably shared. They do not seem to care how Khrushchev's expose affects foreign Communist leaders who—living under no "reign of terror" in their own countries—had no excuse for their slavish subservience...

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