From the Yaroslavsky Station: Russia perceived

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Universe Books, Jun 15, 1988 - History - 346 pages
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Here is the eagerly awaited third edition of the book Harrison Salisbury called "a magnificent portrait of contemporary Russia."

Veteran journalist Elizabeth Pond has brought her invaluable text completely up to date to include current developments in the politics, leadership, and society of the Soviet Union under Mikhail Gorbachev. From Moscow to the eastern edge of Siberia, Pond reports on such topics as the intelligentsia, the economic position of the consumer, Soviet domestic and foreign policy, ethnic minorities, and the position of women in society.

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Contents

Note to the Reader
6
Monday the Introduction
13
Tuesday the Intelligentsia
28
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Elizabeth Pond has served as bureau chief for The Christian Science Monitor in Tokyo, Saigon, and Moscow, and is currently the Monitor's foreign correspondent in Bonn.

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