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Blueprints and Blood: The Stalinization of Soviet Architecture, 1917-1937
Analyzing totalitarianism in a crucial area of Soviet culture, Hugh Hudson shows how Stalinist forces within the architectural community destroyed an avant-garde movement of urban planners and
Ivan the Terrible : first Tsar of Russia
Ivan IV, 'the Terrible' (1533-1584) is one of the key figures in Russian history, yet he has remained among the most neglected. Notorious for pioneering a policy of unrestrained terror - and for
Materializing Culture: An Archeology of Socialism. By Victor Buchli. New York: Berg, 1999. xii, 228 pp. Appendix. Bibliography. Index. Illustrations. Photographs. $65.00, hard bound. $22.50, paper.
agents discount the future. Turnover is an outcome that could depend on discount rates but also on die success of die organization itself. And poor alternative market opportunities are an alternative
Disruptive Distribution in the Music Business, Part 1: An Historical Perspective
The current digital disruption to music distribution, while extensive, is not without historical precedent. The introduction of the phonograph, radio broadcasting, and a combination of several
Peasants, Political Police, and the Early Soviet State: Surveillance and Accommodation under the New Economic Policy
State, Peasants, and Police to 1921 Famine, Market Forces, and Ameliorative Actions, 1921-1923 Lenin's Death, 'Face to the Countryside,' and Growing Police Fears, 1924 Soviet Elections, Grain Crises,
Police-Peasant Relations During the Formative Years of the New Economic Policy
Abstract This study investigates the police reports on the peasants during the early years of the New Economic Policy as the new Soviet state attempted to establish a working relationship with rural