Free at Last?: The Impact of Perestroika on Religious Life in the Soviet Union

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Darton, Longman and Todd, 1990 - Church and state - 224 pages

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Religion in the new Russia: the impact of perestroika on the varieties of religious life in the Soviet Union

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Since the Revolution, and particularly under Stalin, religious life in the Soviet Union has been severely curtailed. Orthodox, Catholics, Protestants, Jews, Muslims, and others have all been ... Read full review

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THE COUNCIL FOR RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS
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FREE AT LAST?
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POSTSCRIPT
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