The coming Soviet crash: Gorbachev's desperate pursuit of credit in Western financial markets

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“The” Free Press, 1989 - History - 246 pages
In this provocative and thoughtful analysis, Judy Shelton demonstrates that the Soviet financial crisis is severe, and the West's sending money to the Soviet Union for credit results in enhanced Soviet military capability, not consumer goods.

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Shelton, a senior research fellow at the Hoover Institution, opens with an examination of the Soviet budget as reported in that government's own publications and suggests that the Kremlin's finances ... Read full review

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MKT tNE Tic Financial Condition oi lie Sovlei Union
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Economic Fallout
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Perestroika to the Rescue
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