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A Short History Of Soviet Socialism By Mark Sandle

A Short History Of Soviet Socialism

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An introductory survey of the changing character of Soviet socialism since the 1917 revolution, which provides an ideological perspective on the collapse of the Soviet Union and the failure of "perestroika".
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A Short History Of Soviet Socialism by Mark Sandle

Mark Sandle is Lecturer in Russian and East European History at De Montfort University.; This book is intended for undergraduate courses on 20th century Soviet history/the Cold War/European history/Soviet studies/History of political thought/Marxism-Leninism. The Left.

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Table of Contents


Introduction PART I The origins of Soviet socialism The historical emergence of socialism; Soviet socialism under Lenin, 1917--24 PART II The triumph of orthodoxy: Soviet socialism from Stalin to Chernenko The Stalin era, 1924--53; The Khrushchev era, 1953--64; Brezhnev and after, 1964--85 PART III Gorbachev and the reshaping of Soviet socialism Gorbachev and the critique of Soviet socialism, 1985--89; Gorbachev and the renewal of Soviet socialism, 1989--91; Alternative socialist visions: the Old Guard adn the New Left; Conclusion: the end of socialism, the end of history?

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GOR010719949
A Short History Of Soviet Socialism by Mark Sandle
Mark Sandle
Used - Like New
Paperback
Taylor & Francis Ltd
1998-10-16
480
1857283554
9781857283556
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