I Hope: Reminiscences and Reflections
A remarkable memoir, I Hope offers Raisa Gorbachev's penetrating interpretations of the dramatic conflicts and achievements of the Soviet Union. From her difficult Siberian childhood to life as the Soviet First Lady, this remarkable woman shares her feelings and beliefs about her country. 28 pages of photographs, 8 in color.
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