Our Secret Allies: the Peoples of Russia

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Our Secret Allies: the Peoples of Russia

By Eugene Lyons
Duell, Little, Brown, 1953
376 pp. $4.50

Because of the complete abyss between ruler and ruled in the Soviet Union, it is argued, the Russians and the satellite peoples may be counted our allies. Indeed, Mr. Lyons contends they must be so counted since only with their aid can we win the Cold War, the sole alternative to a general hot war.

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