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and significant background information on
various aspects of world communism today.
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The Editors, Problems of Communism
United States Information Agency
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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
"Socialist Transformation" in the Countryside,
b) 'n1 ,; Meier . . 52
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<)
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Table of Contents
Pattern and Limits of the Sino-Soviet Dispute
by Zbigniew Brzezinski, pp. 1-7 -
by Robert H. Bass, pp. 8-16 -
Their History and Function
Communism in Holland
by Frits Kool, pp. 17-24 -
A Study in Futility
The Far East
Tibet in Captivity
by George Ginsburgs and Michael Mathos, pp. 25-31 -
The Soviet Union---More for the Common Man?
Living Standards and Consumer Goods
by Marshall I. Goldman, pp. 32-41 -
by Howard R. Swearer, pp. 42-51 -
Myths and Realities
"Socialist Transformation" in the Countryside
by Victor Meier, pp. 52-56 -
Reportage---or Wishful Thinking?
by Donald W. Treadgold, pp. 57-59 -
Communism in Asia
by Gene D. Overstreet, p. 60 -
A Short History of Communism in East Asia, by Malcolm D. Kennedy, ...
Notes and Views
Who Pulled the Trigger?
by Otto Pick, pp. 61-67 -
Peaceful Coexistence and Piecemeal Distortions
by Lazar M. Pistrak, pp. 68-69 -
, pp. 70-73 -
"How Social Darwinism Made Modern China"
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