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Year 1971 Archives
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      (Review)
      Twentieth Century Rumania, by Stephen A. Fischer-Galati
      1. Twentieth Century Rumania by Stephen A. Fischer-Galati
      The American Historical Review
      , June 1971, p. 801
    2. [+]
      (20 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
      1. Soviet Power and Europe, 1945-1970 by Thomas W. Wolfe
      2. An Empire Loses Hope by Anatole Shub
      3. Political Terror in Communist Systems by Alexander Dallin and George W. Breslauer
      4. Russia and the World by William Hayter
      5. Russia, China, and the West by Isaac Deutscher and Fred Halliday
      6. The Soviet Union and Arms Control by Roman Kolkowicz, Matthew P. Gallagher...
      7. Soviet Policy Towards India by J.A. Naik
      8. Soviet Policy in West Africa by Robert Legvold
      9. Soviet Relations with Latin America, 1918-1968 by Stephen Clissold
      10. Vlasov by Sven Steenberg
      11. Lenin's Childhood by Isaac Deutscher
      12. Involuntary Journey to Siberia by Andrei Amalrik
      13. The Diary of a Diplomat in Russia, 1917-1918 by Louis de Robien
      14. Karl Radek: The Last Internationalist by Warren Lerner
      15. The Marxian Revolutionary Idea by Robert C. Tucker
      16. Georg Lukacs: The Man, His Work, and His Ideas by G.H.R. Parkinson
      17. Cities of the Soviet Union by Chauncy D. Harris
      18. Croatia: Land, People, and Culture by Francis H. Eterovich and Christopher ...
      19. Czechoslovakia: Intervention and Impact by I. William Zartman
      20. Democracy at Gunpoint: The Greek Front by Andreas G. Papandreou
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1971, pp. 366-368
    3. [+]
      (17 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
      1. Khrushchev Remembers: The Last Testament by Nikita S. Khrushchev, Edward Cranksha...
      2. The Brezhnev Doctrine by Boris Meissner
      3. Since Stalin by Brian Crozier
      4. The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe by George Schopflin
      5. The Soviet Paradigm by Roy D. Laird
      6. A Century of Russian Agriculture by Lazar Volin
      7. Soviet Social Policies by Robert J. Osborn
      8. The Lysenko Affair by David Joravsky
      9. The Russian Search for Peace, February-October 1917 by Rex A. Wade
      10. Georg Lukacs by George Lichtheim
      11. The Drama of the Baltic Peoples by August Rei
      12. Anti-Semitism Without Jews by Paul Lendvai
      13. Poland by Vaclav L. Benes and Norman J.G. Pounds
      14. Czechoslovakia Since World War II by Tad Szulc
      15. Tito by Phyllis Auty
      16. The Battle Stalin Lost by Vladimir Dedijer
      17. The Green Shirts and the Others by Nicholas M. Nagy-Talavera
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1971, pp. 567-569
    4. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
      1. Politics and Society in the USSR by David S. Lane
      2. Soviet Economic Development by Raymond Hutchings
      3. Interest Groups in Soviet Politics by H. Gordon Skilling and Franklyn Griff...
      4. The Soviet Union and the Law of the Sea by William E. Butler
      5. Icon and Swastika by Harvey Fireside
      6. Man and His Work by A.G. Zdravomyslov, V.P. Rozhin, V.A. ...
      7. The Nation Killers by Robert Conquest
      8. Civil War in South Russia, 1918 by Peter Kenez
      9. The Commissariat of Enlightenment by Sheila Fitzpatrick
      10. The Soviet Rural Community by James R. Millar
      11. The Silent Millions by Joel Cang
      12. The Czechoslovak Experiment, 1968-1969 by Ivan Svitak
      13. Plan and Market in Yugoslav Economic Thought by Deborah D. Milenkovitch
      14. Phoenix with a Bayonet by Bayard Stockton
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1971, p. 763
    5. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
      1. Politics and History in the Soviet Union by Nancy Whittier Heer
      2. Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development, 1930 to 1945 by Antony C. Sutton
      3. The Making of the Soviet State Apparatus by Olga A. Narkiewicz
      4. Alienation and the Soviet Economy by Paul Craig Roberts
      5. Russia Enters the Twentieth Century, 1894-1917 by Erwin Oberlander, George Katkov, Niko...
      6. Ukraine: A Concise Encyclopedia, Vol. II by Volodymyr Kubijovyc
      7. Dubcek by William Shawcross
      8. The Czechs Under Nazi Rule by Vojtech Mastny
      9. Yugoslav Communism and the Macedonian Question by Stephen E. Palmer, Jr. and Robert R. ...
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1971, pp. 186-187