Despite the appalling record of the Soviet Union on human rights
questions, many western intellectuals with otherwise impeccable
liberal credentials were strong supporters the Soviet Union in the
interwar period. This book explores how this seemingly impossible
situation came about.
Focusing in particular on the work of various official and
semi-official bodies, including Comintern, the International
Association of Revolutionary Writers, the All-Union Society for
Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries, and the Foreign
Commission of the Soviet Writers' Union, this book shows how
cultural propaganda was always a high priority for the Soviet
Union, and how successful this cultural propaganda was in seducing
so many Western thinkers.
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