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“... Latvia, Finland) in anticipation of a war against the USSR’ and that ‘they will go to war as soon as they have secured the bloc.’ I cannot find evidence in these letters that Stalin was an expansionist ‘imperial Bolshevik’ in the Thirties. Professor Tucker also argues that the letters show Stalin to have been ‘a ...”