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Stalin Must Have Peace

Stalin Must Have Peace

By Edgar Snow

Random House, 1947, 184 pp.

Most of this volume comprises three articles originally published in The Saturday Evening Post, where they created quite a stir. The fourth chapter is new. Snow's object is to explain, but not necessarily reconcile, the Soviet and American positions. Above all, he insists that Russia needs a long period of peace in which to recuperate and carry forward her plans for industrialization.