Dissident Visions of the USSR: Medvedev, Sakharov & Solzhenitsyn

  title={Dissident Visions of the USSR: Medvedev, Sakharov \& Solzhenitsyn},
  author={Harvey F. Fireside},
  pages={213 - 229}
Since the 1960s, Roy Medvedev has been fashioning a Marxist critique of Soviet politics that has won him a special audience among liberals in the Communist Party elite. A critic of Stalin, Medvedev defends Lenin as a leader of unusual analytic gifts and the ability to act decisively and, in particular, calls attention to Lenin's critique of a growing bureaucracy as a guide to trimming the Stalinist excesses in the Party and government. This article discusses Medvedev's theories and compares… Expand
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