The most convincing study of Moscow today that I have read. Feuchtwanger prepared for his friends and questioners this...

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MOSCOW 1937

The most convincing study of Moscow today that I have read. Feuchtwanger prepared for his friends and questioners this report of his own impressions, favorable and otherwise, with particular stress on the Radek trial of which he was a witness. Starting with many reservations, he saw it all with critical eye, and was convinced, that in spite of short comings, most of which time would cure, Stalin was organizing Soviet Russia towards practical demonstration of the success of his ideals. A good book for those who want reassuring and enlightment.

Pub Date: Aug. 6, 1937

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Publisher: Viking

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Aug. 1, 1937