What's it like today to be a housewife, a factory worker, a farmer in Red-controlled East Europe? Why are East European leaders daring to talk back to Moscow? This summer we sent Mr. Eugene Walter throughout the Iron Curtain nations to find out. Here is his amazing first-hand report. Munich, Germany. East Europe is on the march. Reports of a deep economic crisis are pouring from Czechoslovakia. Tidings from Poland and East Germany reveal widespread dissatisfaction with Communism. Accounts of "Liberalism" on a scale undreamed of a few years ago emanate from Hungary.
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