Russia's Soviet Economy

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Russia's Soviet Economy

By Harry Schwartz
Prentice-Hall, 1950
592 pp. $6.65

Considering the inevitable paucity of statistical straw, the author has succeeded in molding some remarkably substantial bricks in this useful survey of the structure and operation of the Soviet economy. The treatment, following an historical and ideological background, is topical: industry, agriculture, transport, trade and services, finances, labor, and foreign economic relations.

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