Problems of Communism

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Special Materials Section, United States Information Agency, 1979
 

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Page 2 - Union, and by the establishment of a base for land and naval forces of the USSR within range of the Bosporus and the Dardanelles by means of a long-term lease. "3) Provided that the area south of Batum and Baku in the general direction of the Persian Gulf is recognized as the center of the aspirations of the Soviet Union.
Page 48 - Adopted at the 24th session of the Standing Committee of the Fifth National People's Congress, on August...
Page 58 - ... removed from the Western Zones of Germany, in exchange for an equivalent value of food, coal, potash, zinc, timber, clay products, petroleum products, and such other commodities as may be agreed upon.
Page 30 - In case either party is attacked or threatened with attack the two parties signatory to the treaty shall immediately consult each other with a view to eliminating the threat, and shall take appropriate and effective measures to safeguard peace and the security of the two countries.
Page 4 - Mao's instructions, put forward a grand concept for the development of our national economy that calls for the all-round modernization of agriculture, industry, national defense, and science and technology by the end of the century so that our economy can take its place in the front ranks of the world.
Page 89 - All that I can find to say is that a nation exists when a significant number of people in a community consider themselves to form a nation, or behave as if they formed one.
Page 16 - The Soviet Union's Quest for Access to Naval Facilities in Egypt Prior to the June War of 1967,
Page 29 - Treaties establishing the European Coal and Steel Community, the European Economic Community and the European Atomic Energy Community, and of this Treaty.
Page 56 - Our attitude towards war, however, is fundamentally different from that of the bourgeois pacifists (supporters and advocates of peace) and of the anarchists. We differ from the former in that we understand the inevitable connection between wars and the class struggle within a country; we understand that wars cannot be abolished unless classes are abolished and socialism is created...
Page 1 - Carl J. Friedrich and Zbigniew K. Brzezinski, Totalitarian Dictatorship and Autocracy (Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1965), and also Hannah Arendt, The Origins of Totalitarianism (New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1966).

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