1. Raise children. // Khruschev had 4 children: Leonid was an aviator; Yulia was the wife of the director of the Kiev Opera; another son, Sergei, is an engineer and professor; and, Rada is a journalist and wife of Alexey Adzhubei, the chief editor of the famous newspaper, Izvestia. At this picture: Nikita Khrushchev with daughter.Getty Images / Fotobank
2. Cultivate corn. // The cover of Life magazine features a photograph of Nikita Khrushchev as he holds an ear of corn aloft during a US tour, October 5, 1959.Getty Images / Fotobank
3. Do not cultivate the leaders of your country (After Stalin's death Khrushchev denounced Stalin, the cult of personality he had fostered and the crimes he had perpetrated) // Joseph Stalin and Nikita Khrushchev on the tribune of Lenin's Mausoleum, Moscow, Soviet Union, c1935-c1937.Getty Images / Fotobank
4. Dress like a character from Mad Men // Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev (right) and Yugoslavian president Josip Tito on the ship Podgorka on a sightseeing tour along the Istrian coast.Getty Images / Fotobank
5. Give a hug to your family members every day. // Portrait of Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev smiling while posing with a group of children and some adults, possibly members of his family, Soviet Union, 1962.Getty Images / Fotobank
6. And to your friends from time to time. // A jovial greeting takes place between Cuba's Prime Minister Fidel Castro and the Soviet Union's Premier Nikita Khrushchev when they met at the United Nations, New York, September 20, 1960.Getty Images / Fotobank
7. Show some interest in your ally's culture. // With Burmese defense minister U Bashwe instructing, Nikita Khrushchev, head of Russia's Communist Party and Star salesman for communism, tries his hand at the Burmese drum during his visit to Rangoon, 1955.Corbis / All Over Press
8. Greet your ideological opponents // Nikita S. Khrushchev and his wife during their tour of US.Getty Images / Fotobank
9. Try to strike the right note with them // Khrushchev and U.S. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy in Vienna, Austria on June 04, 1961Getty Images / Fotobank
10. If you failed to do it, show them Kuzka's mother. (Russian idiomatic expression "to show Kuzka's mother to someone" means "to teach someone a lesson", sometimes "to punish someone in a brutal way" entered the history of the foreign relations of the Soviet Union as part of the image of Nikita Khrushchev. // Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev ranting with a raised clenched fist while standing at a miked table with other Soviet officials at a press conference as he cancels the disarmament summit meeting because the US will not apologize for the American U-2 spy plane incident.Getty Images / Fotobank
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