The Soviet System: From Crisis to Collapse

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CREDITS
The chapters in this book are taken from the following sources. Permission to reprint is gratefully acknowledged.
Chapter 2: Reprinted by permission from S. Frederick Starr, "A Usable Past," The New Republic (May 15, 1989), pp. 24-27.
Chapter 3: Excerpted from Richard Pipes, Survival Is Not Enough (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1984), pp. 17-24.
Chapter 4: Reprinted from Seweryn Bialer,"Domestic and International Factors in the Formation of Gorbachev's Reforms," Journal of International Affairs (Spring 1989), pp. 283‐ 297. Published by permission of the Journal of International Affairs and the Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York.
Chapter 5: Excerpted from Peter Hauslohner, "Politics Before Gorbachev: De-Stalinization and the Roots of Reform," in Seweryn Bialer, ed., Politics, Society, and Nationality: Inside Gorbachev's Russia (Boulder, Colo: Westview Press, 1989), pp. 41-90, by permission of the publisher.
Chapter 6: Reprinted by permission from Stephen F. Cohen, "The Friends and Foes of Change: Reformism and Conservatism in the Soviet Union," in Stephen F. Cohen et al., eds., The Soviet Union Since Stalin (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1980), pp. 11-31. Copyright © Stephen F. Cohen. An expanded version of this article, carrying the analysis into the 1990s, appears in Stephen F. Cohen, Rethinking the Soviet Experience: Politics and History Since 1917, 2nd ed. (New York: Oxford University Press, 1991).
Chapter 7: Excerpted from Andrei Sakharov, Roy Medvedev, and Valery Turchin, "Letter to the Soviet Leaders," in George Saunders, ed., Samizdat: Voices of the Soviet Opposition (New York: Pathfinder Press, 1974), pp. 399-409. Copyright © 1974 by Pathfinder Press. Reprinted by permission.
Chapter 8: Reprinted with permission from David Remnick, "The Pioneers of Perestroika: Back to the Intellectual Roots of Soviet Reforms," The Washington Post National Weekly Edition (March 19-25, 1990). Copyright © 1990 The Washington Post.
Chapter 9: Reproduced from Chapter 1 of Geoffrey A. Hosking et al., The Road to Post‐ Communism (London: Pinter Publishers, 1992), by permission of Pinter Publishers Ltd., London. All rights reserved.
Chapter 10: Excerpted with permission from Archie Brown, "Political Change in the Soviet Union," World Policy Journal (Summer 1989), pp. 469-501.

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