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Natalya Gorbanyevskaya • 4 Items / 1 Book, 3 Poems
Red Square at Noon (1972)
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    Comparative Government and Politics (Review)
    Red Square at Noon, by Natalia Gorbanevskaia
    1. Red Square at Noon by Natalia Gorbanevskaia
    American Political Science Review, December 1976, p. 1335
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    Short Reviews (5 Reviews)
    A Bill of No Rights, by Herman Badillo and Milton Haynes
    1. A Bill of No Rights by Herman Badillo and Milton Haynes
    2. The Fifth World of Forster Bennett by Vincent Crapanzano
    3. Red Square at Noon by Natalia Gorbanevskaia
    4. Roosevelt, New Jersey by Edwin Rosskam
    5. Dawn and the Darkest Hour by George Woodcock
    The New York Review of Books, June 15, 1972, p. 35
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    Recent Books on International Relations (20 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
    1. The Road to Yalta by Louis Fischer
    2. The Heirs of Stalin by Abraham Rothberg
    3. The New Tsars by John Dornberg
    4. Uncensored Russia by Peter Reddaway
    5. Bride of the Revolution by Robert H. McNeal
    6. Foundations of a Planned Economy, 1926-1929 by Edward H. Carr and R.W. Davies
    7. Economic Methods and the Effectiveness of Production by E.G. Liberman
    8. The Spoils of Progress by Marshall I. Goldman
    9. Soviet Planning Today by Michael Ellman
    10. Socialist Economic Development and Reforms by J. Wilczynski
    11. Red Square at Noon by Natalia Gorbanevskaia
    12. The Czechoslovak Reform Movement by Galia Golan
    13. The Politics of Culture by Antonin J. Liehm
    14. Czechoslovakia: The Bureaucratic Economy by Ota Sik
    15. The Soviet Invasion of Czechoslovakia by E.J. Czerwinski and Jaroslaw Piekalkiewicz
    16. Politics in Independent Poland, 1921-1939 by Antony Polonsky
    17. Hungary by Paul Ignotus
    18. Hungary and the Superpowers by Janos Radvanyi
    19. The Communist States in Disarray, 1965-1971 by Adam Bromke and Teresa Rakowska-Harmstone
    20. Makarios: Faith and Power by P.N. Vanezis
    Foreign Affairs, October 1972, pp. 239-241