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When this article hit the American newsstands in May of 1952 Joseph Stalin had less than a year to live, and like most totalitarians living on borrowed time, the heavily guarded diminutive dictator had his public appearances drastically reduced in number:

"Today he lives in isolation unrivaled by any monarch since the Pharaohs. He must have forgotten what he himself once told the historian Emil Ludwig: 'Any man on a high pinnacle is lost the instant he loses touch with the masses.'"

The article has a fair amount of Stalin minutia you might find interesting.

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Stalin at 72 (Coronet Magazine, 1952)

Stalin at 72 (Coronet Magazine, 1952)

Stalin at 72 (Coronet Magazine, 1952)

Stalin at 72 (Coronet Magazine, 1952)

Stalin at 72 (Coronet Magazine, 1952)

Stalin at 72 (Coronet Magazine, 1952)

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