Evolution of Soviet Policies

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The U. S. S. R. and the Western Democracies

The Resolution calling for dissolution of the Comintern, adopted by the Presidium of the Executive Committee of that body and proclaimed to an astonished world on May 22, was an accurate reflection of the changed situation in which the Soviet state finds itself midway in World War II. An important reason given for its action by the Presidium was the “political maturity” that had now been attained by Communist parties in various parts of the world. A more important, but ...

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