This study deals with Soviet foreign trade with the free world and with the Soviet Bloc during the postwar period, with particular emphasis on developments in the period 1953 through 1955. It attempts to determine whether the USSR's apparently greater interest in trade during this period genuinely indicates a greater trademindedness than it did under Stalin. 31 pp.
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