Soviet Russia Today

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Soviet Russia Today was a monthly magazine published from 1932 to 1951 by the Friends of the Soviet Union, later shown to be a part of the Communist Party. The editor was Jessica Smith; assistant editor, Andrew Voynow; business manager, Donald Schoalman; literary editor, Isadore Schneider; editorial board, Dorothy Brewster, Robert Dunn, Thyra Edwards, A. A. Heller, Langston Hughes, Dr. John Kingsbury, Corliss Lamont, George Marshall, Isobel Walker Soule, and Maxwell S. Stewart.[1]

References

  1. Fifth Report of the Senate Fact-Finding Committee On Un-American Activities, California Legislature, 1949, p. 545.

See also