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By Philip Boobbyer

This e-book embraces the political, highbrow, social and cultural heritage of Soviet Russia. offering an invaluable standpoint of Putin’s Russia, and with a powerful ancient and non secular heritage, the e-book:



  • looks on the altering beneficial properties of the Soviet ideology from Lenin to Stalin, and the ethical universe of Stalin's time

  • explores the background of the ethical taking into account the dissident intelligentsia

  • examines the ethical size of Soviet dissent among dissidents of either spiritual and secular persuasions, and contains biographical fabric

  • explores the moral assumptions of the perestroika period, to start with among Communist leaders, after which within the rising democratic and nationwide forces.

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