Cohen, Rabinowitch, Sharlet (eds.) The Soviet Union since Stalin.

Biblioteca / 1980-1989

Stephen Cohen, Alexander Rabinowitch, Robert Sharlet (eds.) The Soviet Union since Stalin.

Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1980.

CONTENTS

Introduction / Alexander Rabinowitch

PART ONE – POLITICS

The Friends and Foes of Change: Reformism and Conservatism in the Soviet Union / Stephen Cohen

The Stalin Question / Roy Medvedev

Khrushchev Reconsidered / George Breslauer

Changing Soviet Perspectives on Leadership and Administration / Erik Hoffmann

De-Stalinization and Soviet Constitutionalism / Robert Sharlet

PART TWO – THE ECONOMY

Soviet Economic Planning and Performance / Arthur Wright

Post-Stalin Agriculture and Its Future / James Millar

Soviet Regional Development / Robert Taaffe

PART THREE – SOCIETY AND CULTURE

The «New Soviet Man» Turns Pessimist / John Bushnell

Georgia and Soviet Nationality Policy / Ronald Grigor Suny

The Soviet Family in Post-Stalin Perspective / Peter Juviler

New Aspects of Soviet Russian Literature / George Gibian

PART FOUR – FOREIGN POLICY

The Stalinist Legacy in Soviet Foreign Policy / Charles Gati

RESPONSES

The Soviet Union and the West / William Zimmerman

The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe / Roger Kanet and John Robertson

The Soviet Union and the Third World / Alvin Rubinstein

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