STRATEGY: Unending Struggle

Cried the anaconda to the rabbit it was swallowing: "Stop encircling me!"

Last week Russians were again warned that they are being encircled by the world's "reactionaries," i.e., the U.S. and Britain. This time the warning was contained in a ten-page article in the Soviet Government's official magazine World Economics and World Politics. It was modestly titled: "Features of the Internal and Foreign Policy of Capitalist Countries during the Epoch of the General Crisis of Capitalism." The author: Professor Eugene Varga.

Professor Varga was People's Commissar of Finance in Bela Kun's Hungarian Soviet Republic (1919). Like Bela Kun, Varga fled to...

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