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copyright 1947; Harper & Brothers publishers, New York/London; hardbound; very good condition with unmarked pages; previous owner's name inside cover (very small); no dust jacket.

 

Description -

Mr. Fischer, an editor of Harper's Magazine, has read a lot about Russia and spent two months in the Ukraine during the spring of 1946 as an official in UNRRA. He comes to conclusions similar to Snow's -- that Russia and America can't be expected to like each other but that they can nevertheless get along for the time being since the men in the Kremlin cannot risk a war at present.

 

Review -

Very interesting reading about the author's wartime experiences serving with the Board of Economic Warfare. The author says in the foreword : 'Like most students of that fascinating and enigmatic country, I have come to believe in Paul Winterton's rueful dictum: "There are no experts on Russia- only varying degrees of ignorance."

Why They Behave Like Russians by John Fischer

SKU: BS155o
$22.95Price