COMMUNISTS: If We Act Like Children

In the Communist system, the top dog must also be top dogmatist. In seven years as the Soviet Union's highly practical boss, Nikita Khrushchev has worked out a doctrine of coexistence between Communism and the West to suit the realities of a highly developed Soviet industrial society. The doctrine has come under increasing attack from the militant revolutionaries of Communist China (TIME, June 27). Last week, calling Eastern European Communist leaders to his side, Khrushchev went before the Rumanian Party Congress in Bucharest to give his first direct answer to Mao Tse-tung's...

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