Communists: Goulash, Mr. Mao? Revolution, Mr. K

Admirable indeed was the virtue of Hui. With a single dish of rice, a single gourd of drink, he lived in his mean, narrow lane. Yet he enjoyed his life where others suffered. Admirable indeed was the virtue of Hui.


Admirable indeed was the restraint of Nikita Khrushchev. From the mean, narrow lane of Chinese Communism, Mao Tse-tung has not been content to preach heresy. In the past six months he has aimed a rising torrent of abuse at the anointed heir of Marx and Lenin in Moscow. Invoking every filthy word...

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