The Influence of Russian Tradition on the Political Style of the Soviet Elite
The Influence of Russian Tradition on the Political Style of the Soviet Elite Stephen R. Burant looks at the political style of the Soviet Communist party elite. He finds that this elite, which has committed itself to cultural revolution, continues to display several cultural characteristics whose source is in the prerevolutionary Russian peasantry.
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