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Problems of
COMMUNISM
Problems of Communism is a bimonthly
publication Its purpose is to provide analyses
and significant background information on
various aspects of world communism today.
Opinions expressed by contributors do not
necessarily reflect the views or policies of the
United States Goverment. Any reprinted
materials in Problems nf Communism have
been copyright cleared and, unless spediu
restrictions are noted, may be republished in
all countries except the United States and
Canada. Subscriptions or single copies may
be obtained from the distributing sources
noted at the bottom of this page. Comments
and suggesrions from readers should be
addressed to:
The Editors, Problems of Communism
United States Information Agency
1729 New York Ave., N.W.
Washington 25, D. C.
NUMBER C VOL. IX
SEPT-OCT ^ 1960
( I'RRIiNT DtiVliLOPMtNTS
Pattern and Limits of the Sino-Soviet Dispute,
b] Zbi^mcw Br'ezmski - - 1
XONC.OM MUNIST AREAS
Communist Fronts: Their History and Function,
by Robert If. B.r:s . 8
Communism in Holland: A Study in Futility,
!>) />;/v Ko,,l . . .'. ' .. .. . . 17
T i i i : 1;AR (AST
Tibet in Captivity,
A) (noii't (i/ntb.'/r"i .nitl Michael Mill hot 25
T!fl; SOVIIH' UNION
More for the Common Man?
Living Standards and Consumer Goods,
/-i M.:>'/>.ill I. (,"'u!>d>i 32
Popular Participation: Myths and Realities,
/; l-lou nd R. Sne.uer.'. .. 42
I'ASTHRN I'UROPl;
"Socialist Transformation" in the Countryside,
b) 'n1 ,; Meier . . 52
BOOK KIV11:.\S
Reportage -- or Wishful Thinking?,
rcr'nu- b; D-m.,/,/ H". Trcdd^olJ . 5~
Communism in Asia,
rtiicu b) Celie /.). ()'. a street 60
NOT1-S A NO VII'W'S
Who Pulled the Trigger?,
h) Olb, Pich '..'. (>i
Peaceful Coexistence and Piecemeal Distortions,
/;) Liz.ir ,1. I'lMrui- 68
(Correspondence . .. . .... 7<)
Outside the United States, Problems of Communism may be obtained from the nearest office of the United States Information
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    Current DevelopmentsNoncommunist AreasThe Far EastThe Soviet Union---More for the Common Man?Eastern EuropeNotes and Views
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