For Victory in Peaceful Competition with Capitalism

For Victory in Peaceful Competition with Capitalism

For Victory in Peaceful Competition with Capitalism

For Victory in Peaceful Competition with Capitalism

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This book is a collection of speeches and statements made in the course of 1958 on various questions relating to the international situation and foreign policy of the Soviet Union. Although it was not especially intended for American readers, they will be able to learn from it what we Soviet people were preoccupied with during that period, and how we reacted to and evaluated the most important international events.

Quiet a few books on the Soviet Union, on communism and its objectives and principles, are published in all countries, including the United States. Quite a few authors are working feverishly to distort the true aims of the Soviet foreign policy and the intentions of the socialist states. It is especially important, therefore, that the reader should learn the truth about the Soviet Union and her foreign policy, and about communism.

A forthright and honest exposition of views is the first and foremost condition for reaching understanding between nations and, consequently, for establishing cooperation between them. This is especially necessary in the contemporary international situation. Mankind has approached a time when the peoples are faced with a choice-either peaceful coexistence of states with different social systems, or a disastrous nuclear war.

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