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A basic twentieth-century text

“I remember on one occasion [the censor] shaking his head and saying to me, ‘You can’t say that, because it’s true.’  It seemed like a basic twentieth-century text.”

Malcolm Muggeridge, as a British journalist in Russia in the 1930s, Chronicles of Wasted Time: The Green Stick (New York, 1982), page 223.

This post was originally published on The Gospel Coalition

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