Moscow Correspondent

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Moscow Correspondent

By Ralph Parker
Soviet Russia Today, 1949
304 pp. $3.00

Avoiding discussion of foreign affairs or what he calls the "black spots" in postwar Russian life, Mr. Parker stresses what he found good and promising (including, apparently, the triumph of Lysenko's genetics).

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