1. Communist world outlook
2.A The law of change
2.B The narrowing scope of communist influence
2.C Communism in the nuclear age
2.D Absolute goals and relative means
2.E Historical inevitability and global diversity
2.F Ideology and international organization
2.G Progress in two worlds
2.H The obsolescence of empire
2.I Ideas and values
2.J Marxism-Leninism as a tool
Records of Free Europe Committee: President's Office: Encrypted Telex Communication between FEC New York and RFE Munich (HU OSA 298-1-2)
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HU OSA 298-1-2-35-1883
"NYC-16 April Crypto Message", 3 April 1962. HU OSA 298-1-2-35-1883; Records of Free Europe Committee: President's Office: Encrypted Telex Communication between FEC New York and RFE Munich; Open Society Archives at Central European University, Budapest.
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