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Soviet politics and society in the 1970's. Edited by Henry W. Morton and Rudolf L. Tökés.

; Tökés, Rudolf L., 1935- editor ; Hazard, John N. (John Newbold), 1909-1995
New York, The Free Press [1974] .
ISBN 0029220904, 9780029220900

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Other Authors Hazard, John N. 1909-1995.
Morton, Henry W., 1929-
Tökés, Rudolf L., 1935-
Subjects Diktatur.
Politics and government.
Politisches System.
Social conditions.
Soviet Union -- Politics and government -- 1953-1985.
Soviet Union -- Social conditions -- 1945-1991.
Soviet Union.
Series Studies of the Russian Institute.
Description xxvi, 401 pages 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1974]
Notes Dedicated to John N. Hazard on the occasion of his 65th birthday.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Tökés, R.L. Dissent: the politics for change in the USSR.--Hodnett, G. Technology and social change in Soviet Central Asia: the politics of cotton growing.--Jancar, B.W. Women and Soviet politics.--Morton, H.W. What have the Soviet leaders done about the housing crisis?--Juviler, P. Crime and its study.--Cattell, D. Comprehensive consumer welfare planning in the USSR.--Friedgut, T.H. Community structure, political participation, and Soviet local government: the case of Kutaisi.--Albright, D.E. The Soviet model: a development alternative for the third world.--Shoup, P. Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union: convergence and divergence in historical perspective.--Taubman, W. The change to change in Communist systems: modernization, post-modernization and Soviet politics.
Geographic Area Soviet Union
Network Numbers (OCoLC)762402
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