It turns out that the chief designer of the postwar global capitalist financial architecture saw Soviet behavior through rose-colored glasses not simply because he believed that the Soviet Union was a vital U.S. ally but because he also believed passionately in the success of the bold Soviet experiment with socialism.
During World War II, a surprising number of U.S. officials provided covert assistance to the Soviets without considering themselves disloyal to the United States. „They were,” in the reckoning of one famous confessed spy, Elizabeth Bentley, „a bunch of misguided idealists. They were doing it for something they believed was right…
Why a Founding Father of Postwar Capitalism Spied for the Soviets
The Allies put into circulation a total of about 10.5 billion (…)
the Soviets likely issued more than 78 billion.
a skoro już o Pieniądzach:
Kradzież 999 złotych nie będzie przestępstwem?
to jak to było z tym stalinem, Papieżem & czołgami?
kto ukradnie 1 czołg (nie zostanie Papieżem…)
jakoś cóś tak.