Author: A. Palladin
THE U.S.: INSTILLING HATRED. (By Staff Correspondent A. Palladin.. Izvestia, Sep. 17. Complete text:) Washington — The antiutopian novel "1984," which is popular in the West, depicts a state in which "hate days" are a regular event. Such measures are also organized in today's US. ... The latest "hate week" directed against our country has just ended. It was opened by the White House chief, who last Monday presented on radio "statements by Lenin" that had been concocted in Washington. And near the end of the "hate week," Defense Secretary Weinberger shared new anti-Soviet fabrications with his fellow citizens...
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|Article Title||THE U.S.: INSTILLING HATRED|
|Source||Current Digest of the Russian Press, The , No.37, Vol.37, October 09, 1985, page(s):17-17|
|Place of Publication||Minneapolis, USA|