John Gunther. Inside Russia. John Gunther (1901–1970) wrote a series of sociopolitical works, known as the "Inside" books, of which this is one. He grew up on the North Side of Chicago, was awarded a Bachelor of Philosophy from the University of Chicago, worked briefly as a reporter for the Chicago Daily News, and moved to foreign correspondent with the Daily News London bureau, where he covered Europe, the Balkans, and the Middle East. His book on Russia dealt with post-Stalin era, Khrushchev denouncing him, and Soviet space accomplishments, among other things. Still timely and interesting.
NY: Harper & Brothers, 1958. 550 pages, index. BOMC edition hardcover in dustjacket in a clear Mylar protective cover. Some edge wear to dj (see pics), some light soil, no marks or names. Some edge wear to the jacket, pages clean. Not ex-library, an about fine copy.