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March 30, 2020

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Martin Adamson

Let’s hope he can get back to the standards set in Vol. 27, after the comparative let-down of Vol. 28.

Mick H

Ha! Indeed.

Richard Powell

Some of the "greatest hits" are here: https://www.korea-dpr.com/e_library.html
Happily they are in English translation.

I have a sense that Kim Jong-Un has let things slip on the theoretical side. In the longer term there is surely a price to be paid for that.

I once came across a shelf full of the works of Kim Il-Sung in a second-hand bookshop in Tampere, in Finnish. Sometimes I regret my failure to snap things up on such occasions. But not that time.

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