Soviet Russia Today April 1935
- Year: 1935
- Country: USA
- Language: English
- Movement: Constructivism
- Subject: USSR, Current Affairs
- Dimensions: Width: 23.50cm Height: 31.00cm
Monthly magazine focusing on current affairs in the Soviet Union produced by F.S.U. (previously F.S.R.) an organisation formed on the initiative of the Communist International in 1927, with the purpose of coordinating solidarity efforts with the Soviet Union around the world. Constructivist cover. This issue focuses on Industry, Science, Education, Art in the USSR. Illustrations for the article "White Guard Terrorists in the USA" and photomontage "Soviet Women" by John Gilmore. This issue's articles include "Where Women are Really Free" by Sasha Small, "Railroads in the Soviet Union" by J McDonald, "Soviet Education" by Albert Lewis, "Boycott Hearst" by J Waterman Wise. Published by F.S.U. Publications, inc. N.Y. Good condition. Rubbings along the spine. Pencil markings on the front page.