The Fall of the Soviet Union

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Scholastic Library Publishing, 1995 - 32 pages
A portrait of the Soviet Union describes how communists came to power, renewed hope for the future with perestroika and glasnost under Gorbachev, the end of the cold war, the Soviet Union's collapse, and the outlook for the future

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Miles Harvey began reporting on Gilbert Bland in 1996 for Outside. He spent over a year on the magazine article and three more years on the book. He has worked for UPI, In These Times, and Outside, where he was the book-review columnist. A graduate of the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana (B.S. in Journalism, 1984) and the University of Michigan (M.F.A. in English, 1991), he has had a lifelong fascination with maps.

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