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by E. Ryabko
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  • Author:
    E. Ryabko
  • ISBN:
    0531038319
  • ISBN13:
    978-0531038314
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  • Publisher:
    Franklin Watts (April 1, 1985)
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    Asia
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45 thoughts on USSR. Living in the Fifties. willingness of people to work for the common good of the state,was common at all socialist states. today we see the vicious circle of carrot and stick.

45 thoughts on USSR. these fruits are common in free market economy. free from any ethical responsibility. free from any moral duty. they demands what you.

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The history of Russia from 1991 to the present began with the dissolution of the Soviet Union (USSR) on 26 December 1991. The Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (RSFSR) was the largest republic within the USSR, but until 1990 it had no significant independence.

But just how much do Russians have in common with countries in the western world? . A vast country with many nationalities Russia can’t be bound to stereotypes created by popular culture and media. As we’ve already discussed here, not all Russians look European, and there are quite many with Asian features. Also, not every Russian loves vodka, and it’s not that easy to find a bear on Moscow’s streets. Nevertheless, stereotypes are hard to escape. To truly get to know Russia and avoid primitive attitudes, one should visit, see with their own eyes and try to understand the country’s complex nature.

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Presents various aspects of life in the Soviet republics located east of the Urals and the Caspian Sea through interviews with twenty-six people representing different age groups, occupations, and regions. Includes a section of brief facts about the country and a glossary.Interviews with twenty-eight people, representing a cross-section of society, reveal facts about the culture, life styles, activities, and occupations of individuals living in the Asian region of the Soviet Union