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by David Kotz,Fred Weir

Author: David Kotz,Fred Weir
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge (January 24, 1997)
Pages: 320 pages
Category: Other
Rating: 4.7
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Kotz and Weir (mostly Kotz) produced a period gem in the late 90s, detailing the evolution of Soviet nomenlatura .

David Kotz, Fred Weir. Controversially this book argues that the ruling party-state elite in the USSR itself moved to dismantle the old system.

Revolution from Above book.

Fred Weir is a Canadian journalist who lives in Moscow and specializes in Russian affairs. a b c d Kotz, David Michael; Weir, Fred (1997). Revolution from above: the demise of the Soviet system. He is a Moscow correspondent for the Boston-based daily The Christian Science Monitor, and for the monthly Chicago magazine In These Times. ISBN 978-0-415-14317-2. A Red Diaper Baby in Putin's Moscow". Archived from the original on 2010-01-14. Retrieved 2011-06-12. Routledge, 15 Nis 2013 - 320 sayfa.

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In their 1996 book - Revolution from Above - David Kotz and Fred Weir shed light on the underlying reasons for the 1991 demise of the Soviet Union and the severe economic and political problems of the immediate post-Soviet period in Russia.

In their 1996 book - Revolution from Above - David Kotz and Fred Weir shed light on the underlying reasons for the 1991 demise of the Soviet Union and the severe economic and political problems of the immediate post-Soviet period in Russia. In this new book, the authors bring the story up-to-date, showing how continuing misguided policies have entrenched a group of super-rich oligarchs, in alliance with an all-powerful presidency, while further undermining Russia's economic potential.

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Controversially this book argues that the ruling party-state elite in the USSR itself moved to dismantle the old system. Topics discussed include: * the beginnings of economic decline in 1975 * Gorbachev's efforts to democratize and decentralize * the complex political battle through which the coalition favouring capitalism took power * the flaws in economic policies intended to rapidly build capitalism * the surprising resurgence of Communism. Research includes interviews with over 50 former Soviet government and Communist party leaders, policy advisors, new private businessmen, trade union leaders and intellectuals.