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I find Mr. Kaiser's statement interesting in that it strongly implies a monolithic block where even the soviets had to cede control to the politics of the larger body. Rob MacNichol Irvine Valley College >From: "Kaiser, David, Prof." <firstname.lastname@example.org> > >the Soviets, as every study has shown, would have much preferred that the >war had never taken place, although politics within the Communist bloc >forced them to provide massive assistance once it got going. >