The New Elite in Post-Communist Eastern Europe

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1.1. The Soviet and Russian Elite by Years of Age45
1.2. Women in the Elite46
1.3. Elites with Rural Origins46
1.4. Non-Russian Members of the Elite47
1.5. Higher Education among Elite Members48
1.6. Elite Members from Outside the Nomenklatura49
1.7. Elite Members of the Yeltsin Cohort Who Served under the Previous Regime49
1.8. Recruitment of the Yeltsin Cohort by Sector50
3.1. Education of Respondents in a Nationwide Survey69
3.2. Estimations of Family Financial Situation69
3.3. Level of Worry about Various Social Problems69
3.4. Overall View of Reforms and Life Situation70
3.5. Attitude toward Economic Reforms70
7.1. Baltic Religious Affiliations129
7.2. Political Background of Deputies131
7.3. Frequency of Voting for Right and Left Wing131
7.4. Popularity of Lithuanian Politicians132
7.5. Experiment Conducted by the Newspaper Respublika142
8.1. Average Age of the Elite155
8.2. Women in the Elite155
8.3. Elite Born in the Countryside156
8.4. Kazakh Elite Born in the Countryside156
8.5. Elite with a Degree157
8.6. Technocrats in the Elite158
8.7. Economists and Lawyers in the Elite158
8.8. Elite without a Nomenklatura Past159

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