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The Soviet Union and World Problems
The Soviet Union and World Problems
By Samuel Harper
Chicago University Press, 1935, 254 pp.

A most interesting collection of Harris Foundation Lectures, delivered last summer. Perhaps the outstanding contribution is that by the Soviet Ambassador in Washington on "The Basic Principles of Soviet Foreign Policy." The essays by Vladimir Romm on geographic tendencies in the Soviet Union and by Kohn on the nationality policy are also noteworthy. A large part of the book is devoted to documents, charts and maps.