Gorbachev and glasnost: viewpoints from the Soviet press

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Scholary Resources, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 363 pages
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This collection of recent articles from the Soviet press provides a unique window on Gorbachev's USSR and a clear picture of the passionate struggle between reform advocates and their conservative opponents.

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These translations of 33 articles which appeared in the Soviet press in 1987-88 provide vivid insights into Gorbachev's Russia as seen through the eyes of both the proponents and opponents of ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter One Reinterpretation of History
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Vasily Selyunin Sources
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Dmitry Volkogonov The Stalin Phenomenon
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