Democracy from Scratch: Opposition and Regime in the New Russian Revolution

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Chapter I
Western Scholarship and the New Russian Revolution
1
Carl J. Friedrich and Zbigniew K. Brzezinski, Totalitarian Dictatorship and Autocracy; Zbigniew K. Brzezinski, Ideology and Power in Soviet Politics.
2
Hannah Arendt, The Origins of Totalitarianism.
3
Barrington Moore Jr., Terror and Progress in the USSR.
4
Kenneth Jowitt, The Leninist Response to National Dependency;Kenneth Jowitt, “Inclusion and Mobilization in European Leninist Regimes,”World Politics 28, 1 (October 1975): 69–96; Kenneth Jowitt, “Soviet Neo-Traditionalism: The Political Corruption of a Leninist Regime,”Soviet Studies 35, 3 (1983): 275–97.
5
James Scanlan, “Reforms and Civil Society in the USSR,”Problems of Communism (March–April 1988): 41–46.
6
Andranik M. Migranian, “Dolgii put' k evropeiskomu domu,”Novyi mir, no. 7 (July 1989): 166–84.
7
Mihaly Vajda, “East-Central European Perspectives,” in John Keane, ed., Civil Society and the State, p. 348; see also Mihaly Vajda, The State and Socialism, pp. 95, 115–19.
8
“Z” (Martin Malia), “To the Stalin Mausoleum,”Daedalus 119, 1 (Winter 1990): 295–344, esp. 328–29.
9
See Alexander Dallin, “Bias and Blunders in American Studies on the USSR,”Slavic Review 32, 3 (September 1973): 560–76.
10
Susan Solomon, ed., Pluralism in the Soviet Union; Jerry Hough, “The Soviet System: Petrification or Pluralism?,”Problems of Communism (March–April 1972): 25–45; H. Gordon Skilling and Franklin Griffiths, eds., Interest Groups in Soviet Politics.
11
Stephen F. Cohen, Bukharin and the Russian Revolution; Stephen F. Cohen, “The Friends and Foes of Change: Reformism and Conservatism in the Soviet Union,” in Stephen F. Cohen, Alexander Rabinowitch, and Robert Sharlet, eds., The Soviet Union since Stalin, pp. 11–31.
12
Andrew Janos, “Interest Groups and the Structure of Power: Critique and Comparisons,”Studies in Comparative Communism 12, 1 (Spring 1979): 6– 20; William Odom, “A Dissenting View on the Group Approach to Soviet Politics,”World Politics 28, 4 (July 1976): 542–67.
13
Ronald J. Hill and Peter Frank, The Soviet Communist Party, pp. 14, 139– 40.
14
Peter Vanneman, The Supreme Soviet: Politics and the Legislative Process in the Soviet Political System, pp. 3, 25–26.
15
Stephen White, Political Culture and Soviet Politics, p. 87.
16
George W. Breslauer, “Evaluating Gorbachev as Leader,”Soviet Economy 5, 4 (1989): 321–22; Stephen White, Gorbachev in Power, pp. 38–40, 51–52; Se

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