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The Workers' State: Lies about Soviet Russia answered by Joseph Stalin 1927

The Workers' State: Lies about Soviet Russia answered

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The Workers' State: Lies about Soviet Russia answered

Category: History
publisher: Communist Party of Great Britain 
publish year: 1927 
pages: 30 
language: English 
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1. Why does the USSR not participate in the League of Nations?
2. Why does the Soviet Union not allow the existence of a Social-Democratic Party?
3. Why is there no freedom of the Press in the USSR?
4. Why are not the imprisoned Mensheviks released?
5. Why has not the correspondent of the Social-Democratic Press Bureau been permitted to enter the USSR?
6. Is it possible to unite the Second and Third Internationals?
7. How do you regard the European situation? Is there reason for expecting revolutionary events in the next few years?
8. Is the Opposition of the Russian Party strong and on what circles does it rest?
9. Is Ruth Fischer\'s and Maslow\'s Contention, now circulated in Germany, that the present leaders of the Comintern and the Russian Party are betraying the workers to the counter-revolution, correct?
10. What is your attitude to the Opposition and to the Fischer-Maslow tendency in Germany?

French Delegation:
1. How does the USSR Government propose to struggle against the foreign oil concerns?
2. How do you think you will achieve collectivism in the peasant question?
3. What were the main difficulties under military Communism when efforts were made to abolish money?
4. What about the \"Scissors\"?
5. What are the proposals of the Soviet Government to the French small holders of the Russian bonds? How are they to be brought to the notice of the French rentiers?
6. How do you reconcile Vodka monopoly with struggle against alcoholism?
7. Judicial powers of the GPU, trial without witness, without defenders, secret arrests. Considering that these measures are not approved of by French public opinion, it would be interesting to hear their justification. Is it intended to substitute or abolish them?

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