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Harrison Salisbury discusses his views on the constantly changing world of Russia ; part 2

BROADCAST: Jun. 8, 1962 | DURATION: 00:23:50

Synopsis

Salisbury continues talking about the artists like writers, musicians and dancers being national assets to Russia. In a country with its history of tyranny, Russian society is becoming more permissive and relaxed, explained Salisbury. Khrushchev keeps the peace right now, says Salisbury but wonders, like the title of a new book he's working on, is this "A New Russia?".