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Is the Soviet Union over?

John Lloyd, 27 September 1990

Moving the Mountain: Inside the Perestroika Revolution 
by Abel Aganbegyan, translated by Helen Szamuely.
Bantam, 248 pp., £14.95, October 1989, 0 593 01818 4
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Gorbachev’s Struggle for Economic Reform: The Soviet Reform Process 
by Anders Aslund.
Pinter, 219 pp., £35, May 1989, 0 86187 008 5
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... people – their dislike, amounting to hatred, of others’ material success. Writers like Tibor Szamuely ascribe some of this to the forced levelling of the oldest and most extensive slave-owning society in the world; and to the legacy of that serf-peasant tradition which Soviet Communism has used to stimulate hatred of capitalists and profiteers (Russian ...

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