Studies in Soviet thought

, Volume 14, Issue 1–2, pp 27–45 | Cite as

Socialist realism in the Soviet Union: Portrayal of Western European and North American businessmen

  • Dean Grimes Farrer


Success in Soviet trade negotiations depends to a great extent on the images that the Soviet negotiators form of their Western counterparts. These images, in turn, depend to a great extent on the images presented to such Soviet negotiators during their education, through various tales and stories.


Foreign Policy Socialist Realism Wife Beating Soviet Union American Character 
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