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One day last week many a U. S. businessman thought his wish had come true; but soon Correspondent Walter Duranty cabled from Moscow:
"The rumor circulated in New York yesterday of a revolution in Russia is regarded here simply as an attempt to rig the wheat market.
"It cannot be emphasized too strongly that no upset is possible here without a grave disturbance inside the Communist party, the preliminary signs of which would be unmistakable. Nothing of the sort is evident now. Quite the contrary."
The reason why no upset of the...