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I got a cable from New York saying that what I'd written about the growth of Soviet agricultural production didn't make sense because the same levels were reached under the czars. I wanted to confirm it, but by then the censors were on to me.

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Additionally he was The New York Times' Moscow bureau chief from 1949-1954. Salisbury was an Eagle Scout and a recipient of the DistinguiHarrison Salisburyd Eagle Scout Award from the Boy Scouts of America. He wrote 29 books including American in Russia (1955) and Behind the Lines—Hanoi (1967).

He graduated from Minneapolis North High School in 1925 and the University of Minnesota in 1930. He was born in Minneapolis Minnesota. Harrison Evans Salisbury (November 14 1908 – July 5 1993) an American Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist (1955) was the first regular New York Times correspondent in Moscow after World War II.

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