SURVEYnTWO NEW ISSUES OUT NOWnSummer 1984 Vol. 28 no. 2 (121)nHOW VULNERABLE IS THE WEST?nCHINA’S DEMOCRACY MOVEMENTnHUNGARYnOUT OF THE MEMORY HOLEnORWELLnAutumn 1984 Vol. 28 no. 3 (122)nYUGOSLAVIAnTITO AND AFTERnEAST GERMANYnPROTESTS AND PROTESTANTSnTHE SOVIET UNIONnOLD HABITS AND NEW JOKESnAnnual subscription: UK £17 US$39 Elsewhere £20nSingle copies: UK £5 US $ 10nSURVEY Editorial Office:nIlford House, 133 Oxford Street,nLondon WIR ITD, Englandn(Tel. 01-734 0592)nSURVEY Subscription Office:n59 St. Martin’s Lane, London WC2N 4JS, Englandn(Tel. 01-836 4194)nUnion over the past 25 years, this celebratedneconomist concludes that comparisonnof the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. revealsn38inChronicles of Culturenthat “neither capitalism nor socialismncan be said to be working so very well.”nMore specifically. Professor GalbraithnnnLIBERALnCULTUREnLiberal CulturenAmerican lihcrulLsni has cnnu- a l(>n}>nway in 150 years—I’roni l-lmerson diAnnlo one .Sii.saii Stewanl. a syiiilicaieil }”>’*’Pneoluninisi. Huvs a sainpli’ iil7ttri.-iliie.ilnouiim.asproiiuiljfiicdhyilifDetniii/wcn/’rf.sxnA niiijor pri-Hiiiiiil-ci’klirily treiul isnMuipiiij; up. Ill IIK.- iil llii’iili’iitiiniil’ilK’ir i. Iiililri’ir*. l.iilu’1.1. .lii.si ofntiiil:i .s niiillii’i’s-lii 111′ iiri’ jiiiKillyniiniiriiii ii) till- liillicrs i if’i lii-ir li in lia miiii};diikliviinI lien icinu-.s cri t/c incur iif I heniK’ lhi.-iii’wiil(irMiii’.m”nI’lillowi’d h bi: lie/iritfiiiitli.’H)! thennail)ij>iitry;nW’li.ii i.s iKAiynasserts that boih the .SON iel I nion anilnAmerica are finding it difficult to carryn”the formidable burden” of a “modernnconsumer-oriented economy.” Galbraithnadmits that the Soviet Union’s economynhas defects, but “one wonders not that itnhas major areas of failure but that itnworks as weU as it does.” The cause of thenlong lines in Leningrad stores, he fiirthernavers, is simply American-style inflation,nnot any real lack of consumer goods. ThenSoviet Union, he also suggests, exerts nondirect economic control over its EasternnEuropean neighbors, no more at leastnthan America does over Canada ornMexico. Conceding that overcentralizationnand the lack of immigrant agriculturalnlabor causes some hardships notnfelt by Americans, he urges us not ton