Russia and the United States

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Russia and the United States

By Pitirim A. Sorokin
Dutton, 1944
253 pp. $3.00

A Russian-born professor of sociology at Harvard compares and contrasts the peoples of the two countries in their culture, philosophy, and social and political institutions. His primary interest is to explain the Russians to Americans in the hope of breaking down prejudices and facilitating collaboration for peace.

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