Gorbachev and his revolution

Published
  • Basingstoke : Macmillan 1997
Physical description
ix, 142 pages : illustrations, 1 map ; 23 cm.
ISBN
  • 0333638549
  • 9780333638545
  • 0312164815
  • 9780312164812
  • 0333638557
  • 9780333638552
  • 0312164823
  • 9780312164829
  • By turns radical, uncertain, ambitious, and autocratic, Mikhail Gorbachev in his bid to reform the Soviet Union has shaped the contemporary world. In 1985, he set out to modernize the Soviet state and revive his Communist Party. Instead, by the end of 1991, the USSR had fragmented and the Party was banned. Institutions which had survived for 70 years, notwithstanding Stalin's murderous purges and the Nazi war machine, proved unable to survive his well-meant reforms.

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