Putin's Russia

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Harvill Press, Oct 1, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 301 pages
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This is a devastating appraisal of the policies of Russia's current head of state by the country's leading radical journalist. Known for her humanity and passion, she is admired for her fearless reporting on human-rights issues, especially the wars in Chechnya.

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Great action oriented illustrations! - LibraryThing
The writing style was simple but full of detail. - LibraryThing
And, to top it all, it's easy to read. - LibraryThing
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User Review  - SamanthaMulkey - LibraryThing

I was not familiar with Elizabeth Stanton before I read this book. I always enjoy reading about women's rights. The book was written well, catchy, and easy to follow. Read full review

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Politkovskaya was ahead of her time in picking up on the sociopathic tendencies of Vlad. Anna remains murdered by "person's unknown" until the post Putin era arrives. Her ending in life, like this book, was a tragedy for all humanity. Read full review

Contents

Our New Middle Ages or War Criminals of All the Russias
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Where Are They Now? m
111
How to Misappropriate Property with the Connivance
145
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Anna Politkovskaya was a special correspondent for the Russian newspaper "Novaya Gazeta" and the recipient of many honours for her writing.

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