Restoration in Russia: Why Capitalism Failed e-book
by Boris Kagarlitsky
Boris Kagarlitsky is the author of The Thinking Reed, The Dialectic of Hope, and The Mirage of Modernisation. He has been arrested twice for his activism, once in 1982 under Brezhnev, and in 1993 under Yeltsin.
Boris Kagarlitsky is the author of The Thinking Reed, The Dialectic of Hope, and The Mirage of Modernisation. Paperback: 176 pages. Publisher: Verso (July 17, 1995).
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This work presents a series of profiles of leading contemporary Russian politicians
This work presents a series of profiles of leading contemporary Russian politicians. There are portraits of Gavril Popov, the former mayor of Moscow and Vladimir Zhironovsky, the ultra-nationalist demagogue.
After the fall of communism, many of the former leaders used their power to control much of Russia's economy. Inventions or successful businesses could be usurped by those with more power. So Russia does not have free-market economics, the only sustainable economic system. But they do seem to be moving in the right direction. 430 views · View 2 Upvoters.
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By (author) Boris Kagarlitsky, Translated by Renfrey Clarke. About Boris Kagarlitsky. Boris KIagarilitsky was awarded the Isaac Deutscher Memorial Prize for his first book in English, The Thinking Reed. His subsequent works include the Dialectic of Change, The Disintegration of a Monolith, Farewell to Perestroika and The Mirage of Modernization. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
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Boris Kagarlitsky (author), Renfrey Clarke (translator). Boris Kagarlitsky is the author of "The Thinking Reed: Intellectuals and the Soviet State from 1917 to the Present", which was the winner of the 1988 Isaac Deutscher Prize Added to basket.
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