Reinventing Politics: Eastern Europe from Stalin to Havel

  title={Reinventing Politics: Eastern Europe from Stalin to Havel},
  author={Robert Legvold and Vladimir Tismăneanu},
Gives an account of East European politics from the time of Soviet domination to the 1989-90 revolutions, and considers the effect of tyranny on East European culture and politics, the chances for successful and harmonious development in the region, and its relationship with the rest of Europe. 
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