RUSSIA: Socialism to Communism

Last week a U. S. correspondent brought home an interview with U. S. S. R.'s handsome, crisp Assistant Commissar of Finance R. J. Levin. It would have been utterly incomprehensible to anyone who holds to the world-wide fallacy that Soviet Russia now practices Communism. Clearly and repeatedly Josef Stalin has said that he is "building Socialism," hopes some day to start building Communism. Communism, the ultimate objective, is a pure, lofty idea: "from each according to his ability and to each according to his needs."...

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