Eastern Europe in the Sixties

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THE CONTRIBUTORS

L. A. D. DELLIN is Associate Professor of Economics and Chairman of the Program of Russian and East European Studies at the University of Vermont. His articles on Eastern Europe and Communism have appeared in American and foreign scholarly journals, and he is the editor of Bulgaria, published in 1957.

WILLIAM E. GRIFFITH is a Research Associate at the Center for International Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is the author of Albania and the Sino-Soviet Rift, The East European Thaw, and of numerous articles on Soviet affairs.

ANDREW GYORGY is Professor of Government at Boston University. He is the author of Geopolitics, The New German Science and Governments of Danubian Europe and the editor of Problems in International Relations.

MARIN V. PUNDEFF is Associate Professor of History, San Fernando Valley State College, and Consultant to the Slavic Division, Library of Congress. He is a frequent contributor to professional journals, the author of Tensions in the Soviet Captive Countries: Bulgaria, and contributing author to Government, Law, and Courts in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.

HANS E. TÜTSCH is foreign editor of the Neue Zürcher Zeitung. He has traveled extensively in Europe, Asia, North Africa, and the United States and has written a number of books on the Arab countries, North Africa, and Italy. His latest book, From Ankara to Marrakesh, will appear in the near future.

WAYNE S. VUCINICH is Professor of History at Stanford University. He is the author of Serbia Between East and West and a frequent contributor of articles and special studies to scholarly journals.

JAN H. WSZELAKI, a member of the Polish diplomatic service until his resignation in 1945, teaches at the School of International Service, American University, Washington, D.C. He is the author of a number of studies on East European economics.

STANLEY J. ZYZNIEWSKI is Associate Professor of History at the University of Kentucky. His articles on Russian history and Soviet-

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Editor's Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Part One - The New Social Order 1
  • 2. Education for Communism 26
  • Part Two - The Planned Economy 53
  • 4. Industry and Labor 82
  • 5. New Patterns of Trade 120
  • Part Three - The Politics of Peaceful Coexistence 157
  • 7- Eastern Europe and World Communism 195
  • 8- Eastern Europe And The Non-Communist World 212
  • Notes 231
  • The Contributors 241
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