Rethinking the Russian Revolution
This study is an introduction to the momentous events of the Russian Revolution in 1917 with an analysis of the reasons behind the characteristic polarization of opinions concerning this momentous political event and why for some it is a milestone of human progress and for others, a catastrophic chapter in government oppression.
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Russia After Lenin: Politics, Culture and Society, 1921-1929
Vladimir N. Brovkin
Limited preview - 1998