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The Soviet Union---Economics and Politics, II
Automation, Cybernetics, and Party Control
by Gerald Segal, pp. 1-11 -
by Solomon Schwarz, pp. 12-20 -
The Curtain Is Lifted
New Trends and Old Remedies
by Roy D. Laird, pp. 21-28 -
Economic Reforms in East Germany
by Dorothy Miller and Harry G. Trend, pp. 29-36 -
The Coup That Failed
by Uri Ra'anan, pp. 37-43 -
A Background Analysis
The Beginning of the End?
by Michel Tatu, pp. 44-47 -
Communism in Indonesia
by Guy J. Pauker, pp. 48-50 -
The Rise of Indonesian Communism, by Ruth T. McVey, ...
Reviews in Brief
by Abraham Ascher, p. 51 -
USSR: A Concise History, by Basil Dmytryshyn, ...
The Land and Its People
by Loren R. Graham, p. 52 -
Soviet Potentials: A Geographic Appraisal, by George B. Cressey
Soviet Potentials: A Geographic Appraisal
by George B. Cressey
Turmoil in Africa
by David Morison, pp. 52-53 -
Zanzibar: Background to Revolution, by Michael F. Lofchie
Zanzibar: Background to Revolution
by Michael F. Lofchie
History in Perspective
by Peter I. Gosztony, pp. 54-61 -
Notes and Views
The "Essential Love" of Simone de Beauvoir
by Adam Ulam, pp. 62-64 -
Writers in Prison
by Leopold Labedz and Max Hayward,, pp. 65-69 -
"Traitors in the Dock"
by Abraham Brumberg,, pp. 70-78 -
, pp. 79-81 -
"The Myth of American Meritocracy"
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