Helen Iswolsky, daughter of a former Russian ambassador, deftly shows Stalin's inability to change human nature, Sovietized...

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Helen Iswolsky, daughter of a former Russian ambassador, deftly shows Stalin's inability to change human nature, Sovietized or not, in spite of his clever efforts to prevent the individual man from becoming as conscious of himself as of the Soviet State. This treatise on the individual mind in the ""mass"" man should prove stimulating reading to the lay person as well as to the philosophical student.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937