I predict that the present government of Russia will continue until 1973, when a new leader will appear on the Soviet scene and cause great changes in that country. In the five years of his rule, he will lead Russia into a Free Enterprise system, with only a few labels of Communism remaining.
--The Amazing Criswell
Nice try, but Leonid Brezhnev stayed in power from 1964 through 1982 and wasn't much of a reformer. Maybe a little less combative than Kruschev, but it was Brezhnev who got the Soviets involved in Afghanistan--and the USSR was still about as communist as ever at that point.
"87% of Criswell's Predictions Have Come True!"
--blurb on the back of the book.