The Collapse of communism
Bernard M. Gwertzman, Michael T. Kaufman
Times Books/Random House, 1990 - Business & Economics - 353 pages
In 1989, the Old Order in Eastern Europe collapsed, and communism was in retreat around the world. This is how those memorable events were recorded by The New York Times.
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