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Searching for an appropriate concept of Soviet politics

Ronald Amann

Searching for an appropriate concept of Soviet politics

the politics of hesitant modernization.

by Ronald Amann

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Taken from British journal of political science, vol.16, no.4, 1986, pp. 475-494.

SeriesBritish journal of political science -- v.16, no.4
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20850361M

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