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Eleanor Roosevelt – My Day: February 15-21

February 18, 1960 “NEW YORK—Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev took the opportunity of his visit to India to attack foreign aid given by the United States as being purely selfish, whereas that given by the Soviet Union is, by implication, unselfish. … Continue reading

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Eleanor Roosevlet – My Day: September 22-30

September 30, 1957 “What is the Soviet Union really like? It is a mass of contradictions and it takes study and thought to understand it. There is one symbol—the dove of peace—that you meet practically everywhere. I saw it painted … Continue reading

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Eleanor Roosevelt – My Day: April 1-7

April 3, 1958 “NEW YORK—The Soviet Union’s announcement that it will stop all nuclear testing was, of course, a diplomatic triumph that will advance the Soviet states in the eyes of the uncommitted nations who dread war and want to … Continue reading

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