3 edition of The Soviet state found in the catalog.
The Soviet state
Briefly describes the history of the Soviet Union before the 1917 revolution which brought about the abolition of capitalism and outlines the many accomplishments and benefits of communism.
|Statement||Evgeny Permyak ; [translated from the Russian by Benoit Ekloff ; illustrated by D. Groman, A. Kolly, I. Churakov].|
|Contributions||Groman, D. S., ill., Kolli, A. V., ill., Churakov, N. A., ill.|
|LC Classifications||HX313 .P438 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||159|
|LC Control Number||82155272|
In late a leading French publishing house, Robert Laffont, published Le Livre Noir du Communisme (The Black Book of Communism), an page book of scholarly essays that collectively provide a history of Communism in the 20th century. The contributors to the book include some of the finest scholars from both East and West, who have drawn extensively on new archival findings. The Soviet Children’s Books That Broke the Rules of Propaganda How folk tales and traditional life snuck into avant-garde kids’ books in the s.
As the girl from the Metropol Hotel, Petrushevskaya was born into an elite Bolshevik family in , in the midst of great misfortune: Several family members were executed by . Martinez’s book follows the tenants of dialectical materialism by weighing the internal and external contradictions of Soviet development. “In seventy-four short years, Russia was transformed from one of the poorest countries on the planet to an industrial powerhouse.” The Soviet Union faced harsh external pressures throughout its existence.
The US Government Bookstore is receiving new print titles on a weekly basis from the US Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, so please check for future available titles on the topics of U.S. national and global security, cyberspace capabilities, combatting terrorism, and political science issues, such as international relations and foreign diplomacy, that will be added to this. The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review is a peer-reviewed journal which focuses on the history of the Soviet Union and its successor states, including but not limited to the Russian Federation. The journal welcomes original, scholarly submissions in the form of articles, essays, and book reviews relating to Soviet and post-Soviet history, particularly the realms of social, environmental, and.
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A State of Nations: Empire and Nation-Making in the age of Lenin and Stalin is a compilation of scholarly articles from Russian professors, and edited by two distinguished Russian scholars Ronald Suny and Terry Martin who provide keen opening introductions/5(4).
This is the first book to analyze the relationship between the Soviet state and society from the October Revolution of to the revolution under Stalin of the late s and early s. Professor Lewis Siegelbaum explores the evolution of the ruling Communist Party and its New Economic Policy and the changing fortunes of industrial workers, peasants, and the scientific and cultural.
This study examines the process by which the seemingly impossible in - the disintegration of the Soviet state - became the seemingly inevitable byproviding an original interpretation not only of the Soviet collapse, but also of the phenomenon of nationalism more generally.
The committee's deputy chairman, Samuel Zivs, a law professor, refused to discuss the book and asserted that the Soviet government is against any form of nationalism and anti-Semitism. Book Description.
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published by Macmillan, New York, issued as no. 2 of the American Council of Learned Societies Devoted to Humanistic Studies, Russian Translation Project series.
After the Soviet Union fell, one of its editors, Sergei Kovalev, became a prominent MP and leading light in the creation of Memorial, a valiant outfit that still seeks to chronicle all the victims. This book explores the development of Lenin's thinking on violence throughout his career, from the last years of the Tsarist regime in Russia through to the s and the New Economic Policy, and provides an important assessment of the significance of ideological factors for understanding Soviet state violence as directed by the Bolshevik leadership during its first years in power.
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Communism made a larger impact on Washington than almost any other state. “There are forty-seven states in the Union, and the Soviet of Washington,” Postmaster General James Farley joked in The remark, for all its exaggeration, had some foundation.
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The book discusses self-protective mechanisms, responses to incomplete or unfocused policy making, and strategies employed by individuals, classes, and communities to respond to unusual demands. The book argues that when state or company expectations exceed normative behavior, informal behavior continues to thrive.
Reviews the book "Dezinformatsia: Active Measures in Soviet Strategy," by Richard H. Shultz and Roy Godson. Intelligence Requirements for the s: Covert Action.
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by Paul R. Gregory (PDF files with commentary at Hoover Institution). This is one of those books that turns a discipline upside down – the cold war, state socialism, eastern Europe and 20th-century architecture all look different in the light of its : Owen Hatherley.
The Soviet Union was supposed to be “a society of true democracy,” but in many ways it was no less repressive than the czarist autocracy that preceded it.
It was ruled by a single party–the.The Soviet state bore witness to mass internal migration as a consequence of these tectonic shifts. Housing remained poor and birth rates declined during the s due to : Kerron Ó Luain.