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SOVIET BIBLIOGRAPHY


BIBLIOGRAPHY No. 50.32
August 16, 1950






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FOREWORD


The fortnightly Soviet Bibliography is an attempt to list on a

current basis the most significant published materials having to do with

the Soviet Union, its foreign policy, economic and social development,

and its impact upon the satellite countries and the world in general.

It is compiled by the Division of Library and Reference Services and is

based primarily on materials available in the central collection of the

Department of State but also including publications in other libraries

of the Washington area. Only materials in the English language are in-

cluded and the periodical articles are selected from about 50 of the

most pertinent and scholarly journals currently published.

Emphasis must be placed on the fact that the bibliography lists

only a fraction of the pertinent materials in the Department's collec-

tion. Requests for supplementary and additional materials are always

welcome.

The Division of Library and Reference Services is prepared to

supply on loan, through its Circulation Section in accordance with De-

partmental security regulations, any of the items listed in the Bibliog-

raphy. For this service authorized persons may apply to the Circulation

Section, LR, Room 202, State Annex #1, or call Republic 5600, extension

3363.


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SOVIET BIBLIOGRAPHY


ART AND CULTURE

ALPATOV, MIKHAIL. Russian impact on art. New York, Philosophical
library publishers, 1950. 372p. (1492)
Covers more than 1,000 years of Russian painting, sculpture,
architecture, literature, music and drama,


CHILDREN

POPOVA, E. Soviet children spend summer vacations in sanatoriums,
resorts, camps. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) July 28,
1950, 10:440-441. -(1493)


CHINA PEACE PROPAGANDA

SUNG, CH'ING-LING. The Chinese people vote for peace. In Soviet
press translations (Seattle) July 15, 1950, 5:427-428. (1494)
From Pravda, June 8, 1950.


COMMUNISM

BURNHAM, JAMES. The Soviet epoch. In New York times book review
(New York) July 23, 1950, section 7, p. 64-. (1495)
Review of J. Steinbergts Verdict of three decades from the
literature of individual revolt against Soviet communism,
1917-1950, New York, Duell, 1950, cited in Soviet
Bibliography #50.31:2.

MINC, HILARY. Some problems of the Peoplets democracy in the
light of the Leninist-Stalinist teachings on the dictatorship of
the proletariat. In Political affairs (New York) July 1950, 29:87-
96. (1496)
To be continued.


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COMMUNISM CHINA

CHANG, C. M. Communism and nationalism in China. In Foreign
affairs (New York) July 1950, 28:548-564. (1497)


COEUNISM CZECHOSLOVAKIA

NICHOLLS, B. S. Communist policy in Czechoslovakia. In Listener
(London) July 13, 1950, 44:41-42. (1498)
Author says that communism is not the answer to the perennial
problem of Czecho-Slovak relations.


ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS

PROTSIUK, STEPHEN. The principle of parasitism in the economic
policy of Soviet Russia. In Ukrainian quarterly (New York) Spring
1950, 6:134-143, (1499)
Observers and tourists permitted to view only impressive
accomplishments of Russia, but not its sordidness.

WERTH, ALEXANDER. Kravchenko and the French public* In New
republic (New York) July 24, 1950, 123:18-19C (1500)
Review of V. Kravchenko's I chose justice, New York, Scribner,
1950, cited in Soviet Bibliography #50,26:4.

ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS EUROPE

EHRENBURG, ILYA, The hope of the world In Soviet weekly
(London) July 20, 1950, p, 3-44 (1501)


ECONOMIC POLICY BULGARIA

SOVIET economic aido In Free Bulgaria (Sofia) July 1, 1950,
5:185. (1502)
States that Soviet Union supplies Bulgaria with goods, such
as petroleum products, railway equipment, raw materials,
cotton.


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ECONOMICS

BETTELHEIM, CHARLES. The discussion on the problem of choice
between alternative investment projects. In Soviet studies
(Oxford) July 1950, 2:22-42. (1503)
Problems of allocating national resources under socialism,
based on Strumilin's theories.


EDUCATION

DOROKHOV, A. Jobs they chose await all graduates of schools in
the USSR. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) July 28,
1950, 10:444-445. (1504)

SOLOVYEV, ALEXANDER. School year in the USSR ends successfully.
In USSR information bulletin (Washington) July 28, 1950, 10:436-
437, (150)


FINANCE

SUPREME SOVIET sessions. In Current digest of the Soviet press
(Ann Arbor, Micho) July 29, 1950, 2:17-27, (1506)
Reports on state budget for 1950 and fulfillment of U.S.S.R.
state budget for 1948 and 1949.


FOREIGN RELATIONS

SOVIET AIM: a U.S.-China ware In U.S. news and world report
(Washington) July 28, 1950, 29:34.-36o (1507)
An interview with a top Yugoslav official in Belgrade, his
opinions on the war in Korea, on Kremlin's motives and role
in that affair.


FOREIGN RELATIONS ASIA

WITTFOGEL, KARL A, Russia and Asia; problems of contemporary area.
Studies and international relations. In World politics (New Haven)
July 1950, 2:445-462. (1508)


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FOREIGN RELATIONS FAR EAST


DEUTSCHER ISAAC. Stalin, Mao, and Korea, In Reporter
(New York, August 1, 1950, 3:9-13.
Contents: Background for aggression; Manchuria- the key.
Author's statement that Mao like Tito, will not play
second fiddle to the Kremlin.


(1509)


FOREIGN RELATIONS U.S.

TAYLOR, TELFORD, Secret doings. In Nation (New York) August 5,
1950, 171:130-131. (1510)
Review of Eo M. Zacharias'.Behind closed doors; the secret
history of the cold war, New York, Putnam, 1950, cited in
Soviet Bibliography #50.31:6.


FOREIGN RELATIONS YUGOSLAVIA

SHEPHERD, GORDON, Will Stalin jump Tito next? In Saturday
evening post (Philadelphia) August 5, 1950, 223:25+-. (1511)


FORMOSA


OSBORNE, JOHN. Is Formosa next? In Life (Chicago)
1950, 29:824-,
Probable Red plans for conquest of Asia.


August 7,
(1512)


FORTIFICATIONS EUROPE

THE SOVIET prepares in Europe. Q Statist (London) July 15, 1950,
152:80-8o (1513)
Nbscow is fortifying its positions in Europe, by strengthen-
ing the submarine fleets in the Baltic and speeding up re-
pairs to war-damaged ports.

HISTORY SATELLITE STATES


ZOLTOWSKI, ADAM, Review of F. Dvornik: The making of
eastern Europe, London, Polish research centre, 1949.
quarterly (London) July 1950, 3:53-54.
See Soviet Bibliography #50.15:13,
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central and
In Eastern
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HUNGRY MILITARY OCCUPATION

DEMAITRE, EDMUND. Resistance with long legs and nice teeth.
In Saturday review of literature (New York) July 22, 1950, 33:31-
32. (1515)
Review of A. Orme's Comes the comrade' A guide to a
Russian occupation, New York, Morrow, 1950, cited in
Soviet Bibliography #50.25:ll


INDUSTRY

SHIMKIN, DEMITRI B. Steel behind the iron curtain, In Iron
age (Philadelphia) August 3, 1950, p. 67-72. (1516)
A study of the U.oS.S.R.'s steel potential and resources.
To be continued.


JAPAN LABOR

PEVSNER, Y. The Japanese working elass in the struggle against
American imperialism, In Soi t ype translations (Seattle)
July 15, 1950, 5:439-444 (1517)
From Professionalniye soyuzy, no. 3, 1950. Contents:
I. The failure of the American 'Program of economic
stabilization"w II. The new offensive against the
Japanese labor unions.


IKOREA


McCUNE, GEORGE M. Korea today, Cambridge, Mass., Harvard
university press, 1950. 372p.
A postwar study of Korea itself and conflicting American
and Soviet aims and influences.


(1518)


KOREAN CONFLICT


THE AMERICAN AGGRESSOS and th United Nations.
(Moscow) July 12, 1950, p. -13.


In New times
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ANDREI GROTIIKO'S statement on Korea. In Soviet Russia today
(New York) August 1950, p. 10-124-. (1520)
Full text of the statement of July 4 and Soviet reply to
UoS. on Korea, June 29o

CHOU EN-LAI attacks US aggression in Korea and Formosa. In Soviet
press translations (Seattle) July 15, 1950, 5:419-420. (1521)
From Wen Wei Pao, June 30, 1950.

CONTINUATION OF HOSTILITIES in Korea not in interests of American
people. In Soviet news (London) July 19, 1950, p. 3. (1522)
Mro Baldwin's statement of the National committee of the
Progressive party.

DALLIN, DAVID J. Korea is only the beginning, In New leader
(New York) July 22, 1950, 33:13o (1523)
Says it is not "Stalin's wickedness but American weakness
that makes new military explosiohe highly likely".

THE EVENTS IN KOZEA, In Soviet news (London) July 11, 1950,
p. 2-3o (1524)
From Isvestia, international reviewed

FIELD, FREDERICK V. The colonial war in Koreao In Soviet
Russia today (New York) August 1950, p. 5-9. (1525)
Contents: Who started Korean war? Who has sought peace-
ful unification? The U.S. and the UeN.; Formosa linked
with Korea,

FLEMING, PETER, War in Korea. In Spectator (London) July 7,
1950, p. 6-7W (1526)
War in Korea, part II, Spectator (London) July 14, 1950,
p. 40-41.

THE INDIAN STRUGGLE for peace, In Foreign notes (Chicago) July 28,
1950, 27:3-4o (1527)
The texts of the notes exchanged between Stali, Nehru
and D. Acheson, July 13-19, concerning the Korean con-
flict,

KERN, HARIRY F, An opinion: maybe Moscow wasn't surprised. In
Newsweek (New York) July 24, 1950, 36:14. (1528)


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KIM, IR SEN. Appeal to the Korean people.
July 11, 1950, po 1-2.
Text of radio broadcast.


In Soviet


news (London)
(1529)


KIM IL-SUNG'S address to the Korean people. In Soviet press
translations (Seattle) July 15, 1950, 5:420-422, (1530)
From Pravda, June 27, 1950.

KO-iEAN cross-currents. In Time and tide (London) July 22, 1950,
31:721-722o (1531)

THE KOREAN WAR, In Current digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor,
Mich.) July 22, 1950, 2:3-19. (1532)
Soviet newspaper reports of the war in Korea are given in
complete text, June 28-July 2. Also texts of diplomatic
exchanges and reactions abroad,


THE KREMLIN and Korea.
p. 36-37.


In Spectator (London) July 14, 1950,


LANZA, CONPIRD H. The war in Korea, In America (New York)
July 29, 1950, 83:439-441.


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MORE ON THE KOREAN
(Ann Arbor, Mich,)
Articles from


WAR. In Current digest
July 29, 1950, 2,3-7,
various publications.


of the Soviet press
(1535)


NEHRU, STALIN. In Soviet weekly (London) July 20, 1950, p. 1,
(1536)
Exchange of notes in regard to India's attitude towards the
Korean conflict. See also USSR information bulletin
(Washington) July 24, 1950, 10:419.

PRESIDENT TRUMAN'S declaration. In Soviet press translations
(Seattle) July 15, 1950, 5:422-423o (1537)
From Pravda, June 28, 1950, It is said that American
government in respect to international law, violated
the Charter of the UN organization

RUSSIA HOLDS THE KEY; doubtful wisdom of U.S.A. decision on
Formosa. In Forum (Johannesburg) July 15, 1950, 13:9-10. (1538)


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SMITH, JESSICA, Background of the Korean conflict.
Russia today (New York) August 1950, po 13-154- .


In Soviet
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THE SOVIET UNION and American intervention in Korea. (Documents)
In New times supplement (Moscow) July 12, 1950, no, 28, p. 1-80
(1540)


Contents:' Statement of
foreign affairs of the
intervention in Korea;
on the decision of the
question; Reply of the


A. A. Gr~arkt Deputy minister of
UoS.SR. on the American armed
Communication of Mr. Trygve Lie
Security council on the Korean
Soviet government.


STATEMENT of deputy foreign minister Ao A. Gromyko on American
armed intervention in Korea, 2I USSR information bulletin
(Washington) July 28, 1950, 10:/+20-423o (1541)

SYNGMANI RHEE'S PREPARATIONS for the attack on North Korea, In
Soviet news (London) July 11, 1950, p. 3. 71542)
It is said that Rhee started war in Korea on Washington
direct command.


THE US.S.R, restates its attitude on Korea. In United Natj
bulletin (New York) August 1, 1950, 9998-99.
On July 4, A. Gromyko made a statement to the UN saying
that attack was the outcome of a premeditated plan,


ions
(1543)


WN SHALL
(London)
Kim


NEVER again be colonial slaves. In So
July 13, 1950, po 7.
Ir Sen broadcasts to the Korean people.


viet weekly
CW11G)


WEI-LIEN, TAO. Background of the civil war in Korea,
weekly review (Shanghai) July 8, 1950, 118-94-95-f-.
Chinese viewpoint oa-Koreaii war,


In China
(1545)


LANGUAGE

MESSAGE from troglodytes, In Time (Chicago) July 3, 1950, 56:20,
(1546)
Stalin denounces Nikolai Marr as vulgarizer of "Marxism".


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RAUN, ALO. National in form, socialistic in content. In Ukrainian
quarterly (New York) Spring 1950, 6:115-.121. (1547)
Policy of "Russianization" applied to the non-Russian
speaking peoples of European and Asiatic Russia.

STALIN, J. V. Concerning certain questions of linguistics. In
USSR information bulletin (Washington) July 28, 1950, 10:417-418.
(1548)

LITERATURE

BORLAND, HARRIET. Soviet literary theory and practice during the
first five-year plan, 1928-32. New York, King's crown press,
1950. 267p, (1549)
A study of literary works published during Russia's first
five.-year plan.

HUMBOLDT, CHARLES. Tolstoy and art, In Masses and mainstream
(New York) August 1950, 3:69-84, (1550)

NIKIFOROV, M. American literary trash in Europe. In Current
digest of the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) July 29, 1950,
2:27-28, (1551)
From Kultura i zhizn, June 11. Complete text. States
that trashy American books are overflowing European
bookstands.


NAVY

BELOFF, MAX. Soviet Russia. In World affairs (London) J
1950, 4:380-381.
Review of M. Mitchellts The maritime history or Russia,
848-1948, London, Sidgwick, 1949, cited in Soviet
Bibliography #50.13:10,


OCCUPATION FORCES, RUSSIAN-GERMANY


uly
(1552)


SOVIET GERMANY'S secret army. In Collier's (New York)
1950, p. 13-154-.
Russian plan to invade West Germany.


August 12,
(1553)


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PEACE PROPAGANDA

EHRENBURG, ILYAo
(London) July 14,
The Stockholm


Save mankind-save culture.
1950, p. 1.
peace appeal.


In Soviet news
(1554)


HERMAN, LOUIS J. Stalin's peace fraud. In New leader (New York)
July 29, 1950, 33:2-4o (1555)
t" Peace petition still circulating despite Red
aggression in Korea.

IVANOV, L, The Soviet Union is leading the fight for world
peace and security, In USSR information bulletin (Washington)
July 28, 1950, 10 423-425, (1556)

MIKHAILOV, MN New contribution of the Soviet people to the
struggle for peace, In USSR information bulletin (Washington)
July 28, 1950, 10:426-427. (1557)


OVER 56 MILLION sign for peace in USSR.
(London) July 13, 1950, po 1.


In Soviet weekly


POGODIN, NIKOLAI, Soviet people pledge their loyalty to peace
throughout the world, In USSR information bulletin (Washington)
July 28, 1950, 10:431-4327 (1559)

PROGRESS OF PEACE campaign in U. S.S.R.; over 56 800,000 sign
Stockholm peace appeal. In Soviet news (London) July 7, 1950,
p. 1-2o (1560)

RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH supports peace and friendship among
nations. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) July 28,
1950, 10:432-433o (1561)

PERSONALITIES


DZIEWANOWSKI, M. K, Czartoryski: European federalist. In
Current history (Philadelphia) July 1950, 19:21-28.
Prince Adam Czartoryski (1770-1861), the only Pole who
came to be Foreign Minister of the Russian Empire.


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MYASNIKOV, A. The pride of Soviet culture.
(Moscow) July 1950, p. 153-157.
About Maxim Gorky and his works,


In Soviet literature
(1563)


SIMONOVSKAYA, L. Russian sinologists. In Soviet press transla-
tions (Seattle) July 15, 1950, 5:431-433. (1564)
From Literaturnaya gazeta, May 27, 1950. Claims that
Russian scholars and sinologists translated the earliest
treaties, memoirs, legal codes, chronicles of Chinese
scholars.


PHILOLOGY

LINGUISTICS DEBATE- VIL Vinogradov on Marr. In Current digest of
the Soviet press (Ann Arbor, Mich.) July 29, 1950, 2:9-17. (1565)
Discusses article by V. Vinogradov, Let us develop
Soviet linguistics on the basis of Marxist-Leninist
theory. From Pravda, June 6. Complete text,


POLITICAL PENETRATION CZECHOSLOVAKIA

CZECHOSLOVAKIA. In British survey (London) June 1950, no. 15,
p. 1-17. (1566)
Tells how and why the communists became the masters of
Czechoslovakia, how they have dealt with it since they
came to power on the 25th February 1948.

DUCHACEK, IVO. The February coup in Czechoslovakia. In World
politics (New Haven) July 1950, 2:511-532. (1567)
Describes the communist seizure of power in Czechoslovakia.
The first article cited in Soviet Bibliography #50.26:12,
entitled "The strategy of communist infiltration:
Czechoslovakia, 1944-48".


PUBLIC HEALTH

PAVLENKO, S. M. Thousands of new doctors are trained every year,
In Soviet weekly (London) July 20, 1950, p. 7. (1568)










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SCIENCE

THE DEVELOPMENT of the teaching of I. P. Pavlov. In Soviet news
(London) July 7, 1950, p. 4. (1569)
See final report in Soviet news (London) July 10,
1950, p. 4.

LUMER, HYMAN. The achievements of Jarxism-Leninism in the field
of genetics. In Political affairs (New York) July 1950, 29:32-
54. (1570)

PARKER, RALPH. New light on the virus. In Soviet Russia today
(New York) August 1950, p. 26-274.. (1571)
Soviet biochemist, G. Boshian's findings on viruses
transformed into microbes and vice versa.


STRATEGIC POSITION

FULLER, J. F. C. The strategy of World war III; a military view.
In American perspective (Washington) Summer 1950, 4:246-256. (1572)

MEBANE, ALEXANDER D. The strategy of World war III; a scientists
view. In American perspective (Washington) Summer 1950, 4:257-
281. (1573)

WOODSIDE, WILLStN. Stalin's next move, In Saturday night
(Toronto) August 8, 1950, 65:14-15. (1574)
Author thinks Formosa and Iran are Stalin's next move.

STRATEGIC POSITION EASTERN EUROPE

ARCISZEWSKI, F. A. Russia in Carpathian Ruthenia and in
Koenigsberg. In Eastern quarterly (London) July 1950, 3:39-42.
(1575)
Russian strategy in regard to transportation in eastern
Europe.

THEATER

DOLGOPOLOV, MIKHAIL. Soviet theaters for children mark 30th
anniversary. In USSR information bulletin (Washington) July 28,
1950, 10:442-443. (1576)
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TRADE POLAND

TRADE with the USSR expands. In Poland today (New York) August
1950, 5:3. (1577)
Agreements covering trade between Poland and the Soviet
Union


TRADE UNIONS

DEUTSCHER, ISAAC. Soviet trade unions, their place in Soviet
labour policy. London, Royal institute of international affairs,
1950. 156p. (1578)
An analysis of the formative processes of Soviet trade
unionism.


TRANSPORTATION

STROOCK, MARK. The bear that walks; and walks because Russian
transportation is still poor. In Barron's (New York) July 31,
1950, p. 7-8. (1579)
Despite five-year plans Russia's six million square miles
of land mass still lack adequate transportation facilities.


TRIESTE

NOTE OF THE SOVIET GOVERNMENT to the governments of the United
States, Great Britain and France on the question of Trieste. In
USSR information bulletin (Washington) July 28, 1950, 10:446.
(1580)


UKRAINE HISTORY

WINN, CLIFTON C. Review of I. Mirchuk: Ukraine and its people,
Munich, Ukrainian free university press, 1949. In Ukrainian
quarterly (New York) Spring 1950, 6:175-176. (1581)
See Soviet Bibliography #50.30:14.


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UKRAINE RESISTANCE MOVEMENTS

STEWART, JOHN F. Ukrainian resistance and its leader,
Edinburgh, Scottish league for European freedom, 1950. 15p.
Summary of the resistance movement in Ukraine, defeated
by Moscow.


UNITED NATIONS AFFAIRS


KIRCHWEY, F-EDA, The Russians return.
August 5, 1950, 171119-1.20,
About RHssia's mctive in returning
council. See also in New republic
1950, 123-7.


U.S. ATTITiDE TOWARDS YJUGOS.LAVIA


DUFF, 1. .'. How treat Tito?
1950, 83.466-467.


U.S. -. FRPIcGN,~ TATIN: N US.SR


In Nation (New York)
(1583)
to the Security
(New York) August 7,


In America (New York)


August 5,
(1584)


WRIGITK, C:D Y, ;ner:'ica: po icy toward Russia.
(New Ha'7,.) J'"y 1950, 2..63-.4.81


In World politics
(1585)


WAR POTENTTA.


'..: L- Ilhy St-alin plays it safe.
: to' July 25, 1 95C'n ;,-.0a
31'.i: sa...d. to hesi.tate .,..aghing wo:rld-wi.de war,


In Saturday


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RUSSIA. V Ah .poential I Foru (Joharies.'..rg' luly 29, 1950,
13 -.1.Z - (1587)
Ga.7 tihat in material strength East and West are evenly
matched,


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WORLD POLITICS

LEITES, NATHAN. Aspects of Politburo behavior. In World
politics (New Haven) July 1950, 2:549-559o (1588)
Review of J, Burnham's The coming defeat of communism,
New York, Day, 1950, cited in Soviet Bibliography
#50.19:15.


YUGOSLAVIA ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS

STEVENS, EDMUNDo Yugoslavia; stumbling block to Stalin. In
Christian science monitor (Boston) July 26, 1950, 42:1. (1589)
Discussion on political and economic questions in
Yugoslavia. This is the second article of the series.
Succeeding articles will not be listed separately. See
part I in Soviet Bibliography #50.31:18.


YUGOSLAVIA FOREIGN RELATIONS

LAZURIN, So Tito's foreign policy contravenes vital interests
of the people, n USSR information bulletin (Washington)
July 29, 1950, 10'447-448. (1590)


YUGOSLAVIA POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT

WERTH, ALEXANDER. Yugoslavia now- III. A "more liberal" communism?
In New statesman and nation (London) July 8, 1950, 40:34-35. (1591)
Discussion of how much intellectual freedom is allowed
in Yugoslavia, See part I and part II in Soviet
Bibliography #50 30:16,


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