Published November 1, 1999
by Kent State University Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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McFadden, David W. Book Review: Reconstructing Russia: US Policy in Revolutionary Russia, – by Leo J. Bacino (Kent: Kent State University Press, ), The Journal of American Hist no. 3 (): Following the collapse of the USSR in and the rapid political, social and economic change that ensued, widespread population movements took place across the former territory of the Soviet Union. Migrant Resettlement in the Russian Federation offers a new perspective on one of the most significant movements - the ethnic Russian and Russian-speaking population moving from Soviet successor. : Utopian Reality: Reconstructing Culture in Revolutionary Russia and Beyond (Hardback): Language: English. Brand new Book. This collection of essays deals broadly with the visual and cultural manifestation of utopian aspirations in Russia of the s and s, while examining the before- and after-life of such ideas both geographically and chronologically. Tamás Krausz, author of Reconstructing Lenin: An Intellectual Biography, recently talked to Alex Anfruns of LeftEast about the premise of Krausz’s book, which asserts that Vladimir Lenin’s theoretical and political legacy is of real interest to today’s political left–and that only after the disappearance of the USSR can we better understand Lenin’s thought and actions.