I WAS A SOVIET WORKER by Andrew Smith

I WAS A SOVIET WORKER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Debunking and expose of bureaucracy rampant, from the personal experiences of an Hungarian radical, completely convinced -- after a visit -- that he had found his life's dream in the working out of Communism in Soviet Russia. He gives up everything -- and goes back to Russia, this time as a worker. Then he sees the seamy side of the picture. Starvation --inequalities -- prejudice -- he shows them all. Sell to the market that liked I Speak for the Silent.

Pub Date: March 3rd, 1936
ISBN: 1406789402
Publisher: Dutton