A Letter From The Publisher, Jul. 22, 1957

NOBODY really knows all that goes on inside the Kremlin, but as Air Force General Nathan Twining said on his return from Moscow last year, there are "degrees of ignorance." When the big news broke of the sacking of Molotov, Malenkov and Kaganovich, TIME began to dig for last week's comprehensive coverage and this week's Khrushchev cover story, tapping all the available intelligence sources in Warsaw, Prague, Belgrade. Bonn, Munich, London and Washington. To supplement the news and analysis from correspondents in the field. TIME called on the resources of its library of...

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