Moscow by Yury Balanenko and Alexander Berezin. Hardcover book published by Planeta Publishers Moscow 1975, 207 pages with colour and black and white photographs. All text is in English.
Computers now relieve man of a tremendous amount of work that formerly took up much time and energy that might have been devoted to creative effort. Machines now control automatic installations, sticking strictly to the set regime, they take the place of thousands of book keeping and accountancy staff, they programme the production flow.
The Soviet people are building atomic power stations, making revolutionary discoveries in experimental and theoretical physics.