The New Elite in Post-Communist Eastern Europe

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Index
Abalkin, Leonid, 316
Abdullaeva, Rano, 165
Academy of Sciences, the Russian (USSR), 230, 305-307, 309, 311, 312, 315-19, 349; Academic Council of, 310-11; Presidium of, 312
Adamkus, Valdas, 136-37
Afanasiev, Yurii, 64
Afghanistan, 172
Africa, 51, 90
Aganbegyan, Abel, 316
agrarian-industrial complex and lobby, 219, 221
Agrarian Party in Russia, 221, 264, 334
agriculture, 114, 116, 126, 130, 193, 248, 259
Albania, 4, 128
Alexander II, 242
All-Russian Center for Public Opinion Research, 68
All-Union Exhibition of Economic Achievements (VDNKh), 35
All-Union Trade Union Council, 36
Altai, 253, 263
Americanization, 259
anarchy and anomie, 10, 219-20, 222, 322
Andreieva, Nina, 332
Anpilov, Victor, 59
Arbatov, Georgii, 94, 316
Aristotle, 17
Armenians, 177
army and military, 31, 58, 68, 112, 323; officers of, 9, 55, 58, 112; personnel of, 53, 192, 219
August putsch, 1991, 257
automobile factories: AvtoVAZ, 40; KamAZ, 35, 40; Minsk, 114
Babitch, Valentin, 183
Bakunin, Mikhail, 322
Banfield, Edward, 86
banking, 39, 114; bankers and, 62, 138, 289, 293, 331; bank managers (women), 331
Bashkortostan, Bashkirs, 225
Bekh, Nikolai, 40
Bickauskas, Egidijus, 132-33
Black Earth Belt, 245
black market, 37, 85, 93, 96, 115, 181
Bocharov, Mikhail, 40, 291
Bolsheviks, 95; party of, 167, 242, 252, 322
Bolshoi Theatre, 36
Bonner, Helena, 331-32
Borovoi, Konstantin, 33, 248
Bosnia, 4
Brazauskas, Algirdas, 124, 130-32, 135
Brazil, 9, 36
Brezhnev, Leonid, 29, 31-32, 35, 44-50, 75, 79, 153, 323, 327, 342
Bukato, Viktor, 39
Bukovskii, Vladimir, 80
Bulgaria, 4, 27
Bunin, Ivan, 282
bureaucracy, 90, 120, 145

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