An Endorsement of the Soviet Republic
The Sherwood Eddy Commission, an American group of business men and professional people, whose object was the investigation of present conditions in Russia, entered the Soviet Union on Aug. 1 and departed on Aug. 25. The commission was made up as follows: Sherwood Eddy, Charles Clayton Morrison, Tullv C. Knoles, Jerome Davis, Samuel Cahan, G. Bromley Oxnam, John Carruthers. Louise Gates, Mathew Sninka, Frederick Winston, Kirby Page, Mrs. Ralph Adams Cram, William H. Danforth, Mrs. William H. Danforth. Fred W. Ramsev, William Rosenwald, William Scarlett, Harvie Clymer, Clarence Gamble, Mrs. Clarence Gamble, Sidney Gamble, Chester A. Rowell and Miss Rowell.
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Sherwood Eddy; An Endorsement of the Soviet Republic. Current History 1 November 1926; 25 (2): 190–196. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.1918.104.22.168
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