Man, state and society in the Soviet Union
  • Man, state and society in the Soviet Union

Man, state and society in the Soviet Union

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New York : Praeger, 1972

599 pages

Sarjast: Man, state, and society

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"Man, State and Society in the Soviet Union" is a book that delves into the structures and dynamics of the Soviet Union. The author analyzes the political system, economy, and society of the Soviet Union. The book examines how the Communist Party controlled the state, censored the media, and influenced daily life. It also explores how the Soviet economy operated, including centralized planning and management. The book addresses the dynamics of society, including repression, censorship, and how people adapted to the Soviet regime. Nogee's book provides an overview of the intricate nature of the Soviet Union and its impact on individuals, the state, and society.

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