A pleasant change from the usual grim determination to make us see the Soviet people as the author (whoever he may be) sees...

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A pleasant change from the usual grim determination to make us see the Soviet people as the author (whoever he may be) sees them is this ""uncensored story of a correspondent who traveled freely"" -- who visited a typical collectivist farm, who viewed the devastation- saw rapid rural reconstruction but vast problems ahead- who weighed the complexities and vastnesses of Russia's differences of race and language- who interviewed agriculture scientists, men in mills and mines and rest homes, children in day nurseries, young people in pioneer camps -- and urged open minds on all.

Pub Date: May 12, 1947

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Publisher: Scribner

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: May 1, 1947