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James R. Millar • 15 Items / 6 Books, 2 Articles, 7 Reviews
Politics, Work, and Daily Life in the USSR (1987)
A Survey of Former Soviet Citizens
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    Comparative Politics (3 Reviews)
    The Soviet Union Under Gorbachev, by Martin McCauley
    1. The Soviet Union Under Gorbachev by Martin McCauley
    2. Politics, Work, and Daily Life in the USSR by James R. Millar
    3. Will the Non-Russians Rebel? by Alexander J. Motyl
    American Political Science Review, June 1989, pp. 664-665
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    Soviet Society under the Old Regime (6 Reviews)
    Klass: How Russians Really Live, by David K. Willis
    1. Klass: How Russians Really Live by David K. Willis
    2. Women in the Soviet Countryside by Susan Bridger
    3. Quality of Life in the Soviet Union by Horst Herlemann
    4. Politics, Work, and Daily Life in the USSR by James R. Millar
    5. Poverty in the Soviet Union by Mervyn Matthews
    6. The Private Life of the Soviet Elite by Ilya Zemtsov
    Problems of Communism, November 1989, pp. 78-83
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
    1. Perestroika by Mikhail Gorbachev
    2. The Gorbachev Phenomenon by Moshe Lewin
    3. The Sixth Continent by Mark Frankland
    4. Political Culture and Leadership in Soviet Russia by Robert C. Tucker
    5. Politics, Work, and Daily Life in the USSR by James R. Millar
    6. The Decline of the World Communist Movement by Heinz Timmermann
    7. Big Brother by Helene Carrere d'Encausse
    8. A Way of Hope by Lech Walesa
    9. The Communist Party in Power by Karel Kaplan and Fred Eidlin
    10. In the Name of the Working Class by Sandor Kopasci
    11. The Artful Albanian by Enver Hoxha and Jon Halliday
    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1988, pp. 883-885