Excerpts from "International Division of Labor in the Socialist World system" (Czechoslovakia).
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The socialist world system is an entirely new category in the economic development of society. Just as new socialist production relationships among nations have been created in the USSR and are being created in those peoples democratic countries that are inhabited by several nations, this process has not also included productive relationships among nations with their own sovereign states. And so the essence of the socialist world system lies in the fact that the economic relationships being formed between the USSR and the peoples democratic countries represent the socialist production relationships of fraternal cooperation and mutual aid of whole nations freed from exploitation.
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