The strange world of Ivan Ivanov, by G. Warren Nutter.

; Principles of Freedom Committee
New York, World Pub. Co. [1969] .

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Other Authors Principles of Freedom Committee.
Subjects Civil rights -- Soviet Union.
Civil rights -- United States.
Civil rights.
Social conditions
Soviet Union -- Social conditions.
Soviet Union.
United States.
Description 144 pages 22 cm
Notes "Publication of the Principles of Freedom Committee."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 140-141).
Summary This book describes "how life differs for the common man in the Soviet Union and the United States. It is not intended to be an authoritative treatise or a probing analysis of the two societies in all their relevant aspects, but rather a bold sketch of the contrasts between the two systems and how the affect the lives of ordinary citizens." -from Preface
Contents The bulwarks of liberty -- Peaceable assembly -- Consent of the governed -- Due process of law -- An informed citizenry -- The pursuit of happiness -- Creative diversity -- The general welfare -- Prosperity and progress -- War and peace.
Geographic Area Soviet Union
United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00002225
(OCoLC)2225
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