Max Jakobson memoirs Part II: Using pen and intellect to get to the top

Helsingin Sanomat, International Edition, 25 September 2001

By Dr. Kimmo Rentola

When President Urho Kekkonen vowed to fight for Finnish neutrality to his last breath, many foreigners wondered how such a bland ideology could get a person's blood to boil so intensely. "When we talked about neutrality, we meant independence", Jakobson explains.

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