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by J.H. Miller

eBook Mikhail Gorbachev and the End of Soviet Power epub
  • ISBN: 0333591941
  • Author: J.H. Miller
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: Russia
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (December 9, 1992)
  • Pages: 288 pages
  • ePUB size: 1336 kb
  • FB2 size 1996 kb
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Mr Miller analyses characteristics of Gorbachev that puzzled the West - his reformist gradualism, his relationship to. .chronology communism democracy politics revolution Russia Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR).

Mr Miller analyses characteristics of Gorbachev that puzzled the West - his reformist gradualism, his relationship to the Communist party, his attitudes to communism, revolution, democracy and nationalism - and explores their role in the collapse of Soviet power. Authors and affiliations.

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Mr Miller analyses characteristics of Gorbachev that puzzled the West - his reformist gradualism, his relationship t. One of the first studies of the full career of M S Gorbachev as Soviet leader, this book traces his seven-year struggle to reform the Soviet system and his failure to preserve it. Mr Miller analyses characteristics of Gorbachev that puzzled the West - his reformist gradualism, his relationship to the Communist party, his attitudes to communism, revolution, democracy and nationalism - and explores their role in the collapse of Soviet power. Show all. Table of contents (12 chapters). An Outline of the Soviet System.

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Gorbachev came into power with the best of intentions to improve live for Soviet citizens . These two chapters describe what policy alternatives the Soviet leadership was contemplating to solve the USSR’s economic problems

Gorbachev came into power with the best of intentions to improve live for Soviet citizens, and realistically he knew he had to start with the moribund Soviet economy. Despite his "due diligence" and "best efforts" he was stymied all the way along. by various "vested interests". These two chapters describe what policy alternatives the Soviet leadership was contemplating to solve the USSR’s economic problems. Much text is devoted to the Soviet view of what the Chinese were doing to revive their economy, make it grow, and how those ideas might be adapted to the Soviet situation. But there is no discussion on just what economic problems the Soviet leadership was trying to solve.

Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev has accused the West of "provoking Russia" and said the USSR collapsed . There are many echoes of the USSR in ex-Soviet republics. At the end of the interview, Mikhail Gorbachev and I move over to his piano.

Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev has accused the West of "provoking Russia" and said the USSR collapsed in 1991 because of "treachery". The BBC's Steve Rosenberg in Moscow was given a rare interview with him, 25 years after the USSR's demise. Mikhail Gorbachev, 85, has been having health problems. I play and Mr Gorbachev sings some of his favourite Soviet hits. These impromptu singsongs have become a curious but lovely tradition after a Gorbachev interview.

In 1985 the Soviet Union was a recognized superpower and its political system, whilst looking clumsy to the outside world, also looked tenacious. Less than seven years later the Communist Party of the Soviet Union was banned, the notorious KGB broken up and the Soviet Union itself dissolved into 15 independent states. This book explores the final years of the Soviet system and Gorbachev's career as party leader and president (up to December 1991) and assesses the place of perestroika in Russian history. The book also analyzes features of Gorbachev that puzzled the West, in particular his relationships to communism, revolution, democracy and gradualism, to the Soviet middle classes and intelligentsia, to the Communist Party, and to the national diversity of the former Soviet empire.
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