To Moscow--and Beyond

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To Moscow--and Beyond

By Harrison E. Salisbury
Harper, 1960
301 pp. $4.95

Mr. Salisbury, a correspondent for The New York Times, reports on his trip to the Soviet Union and Outer Mongolia in 1959, gives his version of trends in the Khrushchev era and makes a number of proposals concerning United States policy, chiefly with an eye to achieving mutual accommodation.

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