The Soviet Bureaucratic Elite: A Case Study of the Ukrainian Apparatus

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Footnotes to Chapter 5
1.
L. Slepov, Mestnye partiinye organy: Lektsii prochitannye v Vyshei Partiinoi Shkole pri TsK KPSS, Kafedra Partiinogo Stroitel'stva [Local Party-organs: Lectures Delivered in the Higher Party School of the Central Committee of the CPSU, Department of Party Structure] ( Moscow: Vyshaia Partiinaia Shkola pri TsK KPSS, 1954), p. 41.
2.
On the interaction of Party, state, and economic agencies, see especially Merle Fainsod, How Russia is Ruled ( Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1954), Chapters XV and XVI; Sidney Harcave, Structure and Functioning of the Lower Party Organizations in the Soviet Union (Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama: Human Resources Research Institute; Technical Research Report Number 23, January, 1954), pp. 40-43; Alexander Vucinich, Soviet Economic Institutions ( Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, 1952); Harry Schwartz , Russia's Soviet Economy, 2nd ed. ( New York: Prentice-Hall, 1954), Chapters 6 and 8; Alexander Baykov, The Development of the Soviet Economic System ( New York: The Macmillan Co., 1947), Chapter 16; David Granick, Management of the Industrial Firm in the U.S.S.R.: A Study in Soviet Economic Planning ( New York: Columbia University Press, 1954), especially Chapter 12; and Gregory Bienstock, Solomon M. Schwarz, and Aaron Yugow, Management in Russian Industry and Agriculture ( New York: Oxford University Press, 1944).
3.
Tsentralnoe Statisticheskoe Upravlenie pri Sovete Ministrov S.S.S.R., Narodnoe khoziastvo S.S.R.: statisticheskii sbornik [The National Economy of the U.S.S.R.: A Statistical Yearbook] ( Moscow: Gosudarstvennoe Statisticheskoe Izdatel'stvo, 1956), pp. 112-113.
4.
N. I. Lialikov, Sovetskaia Ukraina: Ocherk ekonomicheskoi geografii [The Soviet Ukraine: A Sketch of Economic Geography] ( Moscow: Gosudarstvennoe Izdatel'stvo Geograficheskoi Literatury, 1954), p. 6.
5.
See the speech of S. B. Zadionchenko, first secretary of the Dnepropetrovsk obkom, to the Eighteenth Congress of the VKP(b), Pravda, March 13, 1939.
6.
Speech of V. M. Churaev to the Sixteenth Congress, PU, January 28, 1949; Report of Poltava oblast Party Conference, PU, January 13, 1949.
7.
"O vosstanovlenii i pod"eme sel'skogo khoiaistva i partiino-politecheskoi rabote na sele" [On the Restoration and Rise of Agriculture and Party-Political Work in the Village], Partiinaia Zhizn', No. 5, March, 1948, p. 11.
8.
Based on comparison of a large number of isolated data.
9.
K. Isaeva, Tsvetushchaia Ukraina: ocherk o dokumental'nom fil'me [The Flowering Ukraine: A Sketch of a Documentary Film] ( Moscow: Goskinoizdat, 1952), p. 20.
10.
It has been impossible to trace the careers of the thousands of raikom first secretaries in the Ukraine between 1938 and 1956. Several comparisons of lists of secretaries and lists of officials in "middle-level" elite posts indicate that a fairly large proportion of the latter are drawn from raikom secretaries, though, in view of their numbers, the vast majority of the latter cannot secure such promotions. For example, of several hundred raikom secretaries awarded decorations for reconstruction of agriculture at the end of the war, only seven have been found to attain middle-level positions in the Ukrainian apparatus up to 1957. They include, however, several prominent members of the present elite such as Central Committee Secretary N. D. Bubnovskii, and I. I. Sta

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  • Title Page *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • Contents *
  • 1- Identifying the Decision-Makers 1
  • Footnotes to Chapter 1 9
  • 2- The Elite as a Social Group 11
  • Footnotes to Chapter 2 28
  • 3- Training for Rule 31
  • Footnotes to Chapter 3 43
  • 4- Bosses of the Apparatus 45
  • Footnotes to Chapter 4 58
  • Footnotes to Chapter 5 70
  • 6- Mechanisms of Control 72
  • Footnotes to Chapter 6 85
  • 7- Indoctrination Specialists 88
  • Footnotes to Chapter 7 103
  • 8- The Apparatus in Crisis: Expansion 105
  • Footnotes to Chapter 8 123
  • 9- The Apparatus in Crisis: War 126
  • Footnotes to Chapter 9 138
  • 10- A New Oligarchy? 142
  • Footnotes to Chapter 10 151
  • Bibliography 152
  • Index 163
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