Property to the People: The Struggle for Radical Economic Reform in Russia
This text sets Russia's current economic transformation in the context of economic and political change, and provides an overview of issues central to the economic reform debate in Russia. It also highlights the human dimension of large-scale economic change through case studies and interviews.
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Perspectives from the Work Force
Politics and the Promise of Economic Reform
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第 248 頁 - Do you approve of the socio-economic policy carried out by the President of the Russian Federation and the government of the Russian Federation since 1992?
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第 92 頁 - The masses go into a revolution not with a prepared plan of social reconstruction, but with a sharp feeling that they cannot endure the old regime.
第 20 頁 - ... these countries will not only have no need to import goods from capitalist countries but will themselves experience the need to dispose of surplus goods of their own production.