RUSSIA: Dreams and Realities

RUSSIA The Congress of the Supreme Council of Soviets meets in a vast gold & marble room of the Kremlin that once held the throne of the Tsar. This week it meets again. Reorganized under the Constitution of 1936, this is its third meeting in its present form, its eleventh since its organization in 1922. If this meeting makes more news than its predecessors, it will be, not because of its deliberations, but because it is addressed by Joseph Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili Stalin.

What Stalin says of world affairs makes news wherever he says...

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