National Geographic : 1959 Dec
Moscow Market Keeps Free Enterprise Alive All major cities have such out lets. where collective farmers, who may till up to 14 acres for their own use, turn surpluses into rubles. Collective farms, after meeting government quotas, also sell their excess here. Flower vendor keeps shop be fore an anti-smoking poster. Meditative girl (lower left) sells wild mushrooms. Aproned women at market counters offer currants and goose berries. "We found Moscow's friendliest faces here," says pho tographer B. Anthony Stewart.