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An enjoyable read, cover to cover - and I learned Khrushchev's visit wasn't entirely what I'd thought it was.Published 3 months ago by dB
An entertaining account of Khruschev's visit and a glimpse into the Cold War era, for those too young to remember it.Published 4 months ago by Christine Lesinski
This is a humorous and thought-provoking account of Khrushchev's trips to the US in the late 50s. The stories are told in an intentionally funny style. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lee Piner
I was assigned this book for school, but found that I truly loved it. It was hilarious, heartwarming, heartbreaking, and truly a look into the Soviet Union that I feel we never get... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Chae
A really funny and interesting book. It really left me wanting to learn more. Understandably, not everything could be captured or explained in great detail but certain sections... Read morePublished 7 months ago by ritastew
In the mid-to-later part of the 20th century there are numerous rich events that shaped history.A thousand of then involved diplomatic events that had a major impact on world... Read morePublished 8 months ago by David Burr
A fascinating period piece describing the year when Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev came out from behind the Iron Curtain to tour America. Read morePublished 9 months ago by J.R. Shumacher
Loved this book.
What's not to love?
America during the height of the cold war entertaining the Kremlin's most dangerous, yet entertaining clown. Read more
I thought this was really entertaining and readable. My one complaint was that I felt it was extremely sympathetic towards Krushchev and I wish it had been a... Read more