Slavic rev. volume 56, issue 2, P377-378 1997 DOI: 10.2307/2500825 View full text
Joan Debardeleben

Abstract: actually existed in late 1992. He adds that even the presumably well informed in Russia were equally hazy on the subject. The written sources on which Connor bases his argument are all too often limited and unclear. Frequently he is reduced to surmising, estimating, or simply shrugging helplessly. Perhaps research trips around Russia and in-depth interviews with the protagonists would have added substance to the book. As it is, Connor's conclusion omits any mention of labor. The Russian Trilateral Commission i…

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