Popular Perceptions of Soviet Politics in the 1920s: Disenchantment of the Dreamers

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Springer, Jan 28, 2013 - Political Science - 251 pages
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This is the first study of popular opinions in Soviet society in the 1920s. These voices which made the Russian revolution characterize reactions to mobilization politics: patriotic militarizing campaigns, the tenth anniversary of the revolution and state attempts to unite the nation around a new Soviet identity.
 

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Contents

Photographs and Figure
Introduction The Mobilization Model and Popular Opinion in the USSR
Leadership and Popular Perceptions in 1923 and 1924
Power Discourse 2 1 Various
Popular Perceptions
Popular Reaction to the Tenth
Conclusion
Bibliography
Index
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OLGA VELIKANOVA obtained her PhD from Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia. Having developed her career in Russia, Europe, Canada and the USA, she is now an expert in Soviet popular opinion studies and has published four books and numerous articles in this area after twenty years study in Russian archives.

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