Cracks in the Kremlin Wall

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Cracks in the Kremlin Wall

By Edward Crankshaw
Viking, 1951
279 pp. $3.50

Mr. Crankshaw's leading themes are the abandonment of normative Marxism and its eventual replacement by Great Russian nationalism, the predisposition of Russian society to submit to absolute régimes, and the striking ineptitude of Stalin's foreign policy.

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