The Russian People Speak: Democracy at the Crossroads

by ,

Write The First Customer Review

This is one of the first books to offer the Russian public's view on the most significant political and social transformations the country has witnessed since the Bolshevik revolution. As the current government wields less power in censoring the mass media, images of popular Russian culture become a symbol of their growing democratic voice. The author has given us a rare glimpse into the Russian political psyche by bringing the reader through recent changes in public moods, attitudes, opinions, and behavior. Drawing on the ...

The Russian People Speak: Democracy at the Crossroads 1994, Syracuse University Press

ISBN-13: 9780815603009

Hardcover

Select