Historian and author Harrison E. Salisbury, Pulitzer-prize winning New York Times international correspondent in China and Russia, lectured in the Chapel on “The Crisis in the Communist World.”  “The Communist world is beginning to come apart,” he said, noting the differences between communism in Russia and China and citing the Tiananmen Square massacre that took place the previous June.  “Change is coming to these places not because of American action, military or otherwise,” Salisbury said.  “These events are moving on their own timetable…no one can stop them or predict exactly how they will unfold.”   The Miscellany News