…this the exhibition where Khrushchev didn’t believe normal Americans had washing machines in their homes.
Here’s the debate:
This entry was posted on September 12, 2014 by Miep. It was filed under CHARM OFFENSIVE, Cold War, Cold War Era U.S.-Soviet Relations, History, History of Rhetoric, Human History, Images of History, Philosophy, Photography, Pursuit of Happiness, Russian Empire, The Drama Of It All, The Politics of Cultural Destruction, Weird and was tagged with AMERICA, American, American National Exhibition, black and white photography, Capitalism, Cold War, Cold War Era U.S.-Soviet Relations, Communism, communism versus capitalism, debate, GOP, Government, historic, Historical, History of Rhetoric, human history, Khrushchev, Moscow, Nikita Khrushchev, Nikita Khrushchev and Richard Nixon, Nixon, Photo, Photography, rhetoric, Richard Nixon, Russia, Russian, Russian Empire, Society, Soviet Union, Weird.
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