During the 1930s, a devastating famine struck the Soviet Union. This study analyses the knowledge about the famine that was available to the Roosevelt administration, and explains why the truth was never revealed in spite of many appeals from Americans who wanted to organise a relief effort. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Contents.--1. The communist challenge.--2. Consumer control or controlled consumers.--3. Profit motive or master plan.--4. Who gets what.--5. The role of government.--6. The big picture.--7. Meeting the economic challenge.--8. What you can do about communism.
Seattle, Wash., University of Washington press, 1944.
Book — vii, , 42 p. : illus. (maps) tables. 27 cm.
New bridges to Asia, by F. H. Michael.--Economics of the Soviet Far East, by Robert Mossé.--Air transportation across the northern Pacific; the Seattle-Khabarovsk route, by G. L. Gifford.--Across the north pole to America, by M. Gromov.--Soviet ideals and post-war cooperation, by Melvin Rader.--The Russian church and religion in the Soviet union, by Metropolitan Benjamin.--Soviet foreign policy in the Pacific, by Ivar Spector.--Materials on the Soviet Far East, by Alice Blackburn (p. 41-42)