In a Few Hands: Monopoly Power in America

by Estes Kefauver and Irene Till
The late Senator Kefauver (1903-63) repeatedly went searching for organized crime with a television camera. The wisdom he learned from his first large experience of this search (1950-51) was then expressed in his dedication of a book “…to the people of America, who, I hope, will be sufficiently aroused to …

China and Russia

Peking and Moscow

by Klaus Mehnert

Escape from Red China

by Robert Loh, as told to Humphrey Evans
“The Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union…cannot share the views of the Chinese leadership about the creation ‘of a thousand times higher civilization’ on the corpses of hundreds of millions of people.” Communist Party of the Soviet Union, July 14, 1963 “The leadership of the …

Russian Economic Development

Economic Backwardness in Historical Perspective

by Alexander Gerschenkron

The Real National Income of Soviet Russia Since 1928

by Abram Bergson
“Our actions, aimed at raising the economy and at improving the people’s well-being, will exert on the minds of vacillators an influence which will be stronger than other methods. And such people will be more anxious to cooperate with us, to side with Marxist-Leninist theory, and with the working class …