The Socialist Sixties: Crossing Borders in the Second World

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Page numbers in italics indicate illustrations, photos, or tables.
Abramov, Fedor, 129, 138; Vokrug da okolo, 131–32, 135–36, 144n83
abstract art, Soviet tourists’ reactions to, 13
Accra World Youth Festival (planned, 1966), 196, 198, 207
Adamec, Miroslav, 220
Adjutant of His Excellency (Ad”iutant ego prevoskhoditel’stva) (Soviet miniseries), 306
admass concept, 26, 27, 56n7
Aesthenic Syndrome (Soviet film), 245
air conditioners, 64n100
Akhmadulina, Bella, 157
Aksenov, Vasilii, 157; Starry Ticket, 137
Aktuelni razgovori (Yugoslav current events TV show), 258
Alarcón, Rolando: “Sí, somos americanos,” 295
Algeria, 198
Algiers World Youth Festival (planned, 1965), 196, 197–98, 207
Allende, Salvador, 158
Alloway, Lawrence, 28–29, 38
All-Union Agricultural Exhibition, 59n45
All-Union Congress of Soviet Writers, 306
All-Union Exhibition of Economic Achievements, 40, 59n45
All-Union Institute of Assortment of Light Industry, 39
All-Union Scientific Research Institute for the Study of the Population’s Demand for Consumer Goods and Market Prices for Trade (VNIIKS), 46, 63n94
All-Union State Cinema Institute (VGIK), 239
Alma Mater (Cuban student magazine), 293
Alvarez, A., 133
American National Exhibition (1959), 12, 33, 57n16, 251–52
Andrei Rublev (Soviet film), 237, 303
Andrew, John A., III, 140n7, 142n33
Andropov, Iurii, 309, 316–17, 319n30
Antonioni, Michelangelo, 242
Applebaum, Rachel (contributor), 4, 5, 13, 15, 16, 172, 196, 213–27, 261, 303
appliances: consumption attitudes and, 31–38, 46–47, 49–50; generation gap and, 50, 52, 60n53; Hamilton’s depiction of, 26; modernist aesthetics and, 7–8, 11, 39–40; Soviet communist ideology and, 44–46; Soviet styling and design, 30–31, 38–44; women’s emancipation and, 33, 34, 35, 44–45, 49, 50
Ararat Erevan soccer team, 277, 283
Arena Productions, 160
Armenia: Ararat Erevan soccer team, 277, 283
Arsenal soccer team, 268
Ashford, Frank, 57n20
Askol’dov, Aleksandr, 238
Association of Young Rebels (AJR, Cuba), 289, 297, 300n7
Astakhov, Evgenii: Pravo na biografiiu, 70, 71, 76– 77, 81n19
Athens Charter for the Congrès Internationaux d’Architecture Moderne (CIAM), 73
Australia, Granin’s visit to, 156–57
auteurs-compositeurs-interpreteurs, 148
automobiles: GAZ factory, 70; Soviet consumer demand for, 7, 33, 53; at Soviet Exposition in Havana, Cuba, 91, 92, 94; VAZ factory and workers’ district, 66, 69–79; ZIL-111 limousine, 39
avtorskaia pesnia, 169–71
Azhaev, Vasilii, 68
balalaika, 176
Ballad of a Soldier (Ballada o soldate) (Soviet film), 248n9
Barcelona, 1972 Cup Winners’ Cup final in, 273–78
bardy, 148, 155, 156, 190n24. See also guitar poetry
Barghoorn, Frederick C., 140–41nn13–14
Barnhisel, Greg, 140–41n13
Barthes, Roland, 248
Bashlachov, Aleksandr, 163
Batista, Fulgencio, 87, 90, 116n108, 291
Battleship Potemkin (Soviet film), 93
Baudrillard, Jean, 28, 33
Bauhaus design, 39, 73, 75
Bayern Munich soccer team, 272

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