" Nerves Apparently Frayed " in Moscow

July 1927
America;7/9/1927, Vol. 37 Issue 13, p294
The article discusses the growing social dispute in Moscow, Russia. Instances of social violence and disagreement between people have become a growing problem in the nation with the people's refusal to cooperate in the movement towards peace. Moreover, the situation is attributed to the lack of knowledge about morality and concern to mankind.


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