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Publication Date: 01/01/1967

389 pages

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  • On Method and Matter
  • I. Two Revolutions and One Betrayal
  • II. Intervention and Withdrawal
  • III. Popular Responses During the NEP
  • IV. Business Leaders and the NEP
  • V. Dissident Responses During the NEP
  • VI. Labor and Proletarian Russia
  • VII. Dissident Responses During the Five-Year Plan
  • VIII. Business Leaders and the Plan
  • IX. Popular Responses During the Five-Year Plan
  • X. In Retrospect
  • Appendices
    • A. Number of Books on Russia by American Authors and Outstanding Soviet-American Events, 1917–1933
    • B. Circulation of Major Periodicals, 1920 and 1930
    • C. Editorial Opinion on Recognition of Russia: Newspaper Circulation, 1931 and 1933
  • Bibliography
  • Notes
  • Index

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