The New Soviet Empire

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The New Soviet Empire

By David J. Dallin
Yale University Press, 1951
216 pp. $3.75

A series of more or less independent essays on the U.S.S.R. since the war, ranging in subject from the private railway cars supplied to Politburo members to high strategy. All the essays, however, serve to elaborate Mr. Dallin's central theme of the need for a "pro-Russian anti-Communist" policy in the West.

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