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Stalinism (2nd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 112
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Studies in European History

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Paperback - 9780333672297

22 April 1998

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Ebook - 9781349264056

07 January 2016

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Drawing on research based on access to the recently-opened Soviet archives, this new edition provides a valuable thematic account of the nature of Stalinism. The author surveys the arguments about the origins of the...

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Drawing on research based on access to the recently-opened Soviet archives, this new edition provides a valuable thematic account of the nature of Stalinism. The author surveys the arguments about the origins of the Stalinist phenomenon and discusses the way in which the different faces of Stalinism (economic, social, cultural and political) changed over time. Gill concludes that the dramatic fall of the USSR was connected to the nature of Stalinism.

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New edition of this popular, concise overview of Joseph Stalin and Stalinism, a standard course at Alevel and on undergraduate history degrees
Argues a new line of interpretation on the origins of Stalinism as well as reviewing established approaches to this subject
Incorporates findings from the newlyopened Soviet archives
Appears with the new fullcolour series cover design

Chronology
Historical Roots of Stalinism?
Stalinism Established
The War and High Stalinism
The Nature of Stalinism
Conclusion: Dealing with the Legacy of Stalinism
Select Bibliography
Index.

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GRAEME GILL is Professor of Government and Public Administration at the University of Sydney

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GRAEME GILL is Professor of Government and Public Administration at the University of Sydney

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