Perestroika: Its Rise and Fall
International Publishers, 1993 - 182 pagine
Eyewitness reports and analysis by the late Peoples Weekly World Moscow correspondent. Davidow takes his readers from the first steps of restructuring and openness through the errors, obstacles and tragedies that followed. Ends with Yeltsin's destruction of the Parliament building.
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