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Challenge to the Kremlin
Challenge to the Kremlin
By Harry Hodgkinson
Praeger, 1953, 190 pp.

Taking the Tito-Stalin dispute as a point of departure, the author examines the strains and contradictions he sees appearing in world Communism and the Soviet Union. The book contains some stimulating, if currently unverifiable, hypotheses about the mainsprings of Soviet foreign policy.