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Russian Nationalism
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A 15 page research paper that examines the topic of Russian nationalism and how this contributed to the fall of the Soviet Union. The writer also examines the emergence of nationalists groups that arose after the Soviet collapse and the role that nationalism has played in Russian politics. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: 90russnat.rtf

Russian Nationalism After The Fall Of The Soviet Empire
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12 pages in length. Since Russia's new independence from Communism, people have been steadily working toward establishing themselves a new identity. Indeed, what will not be included in this renewed selfhood is the chauvinistic nationalism that exerted its control for so long; rather, post-Soviet Russia has been striving to achieve a strong sense of national security whose birth place is that of a political, economic and social consensus. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Filename: TLCRusNt.doc

The New Russia and Nationalist Conflicts
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This 6 page paper provides information on the newly emerged Russian state and the groups within it. Global politics is stressed in this paper which discusses nationalism and ethnic problems within the new nation state. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: SA17Russ.wps

Gorbachev's Leadership
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An 8 page paper that provides an overview of Gorbachev's leadership style and considers it in terms of the impacts on the Soviet coup and transformation. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Gorblead.wps

Gorbachev, American v. Russian View
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A 5 page discussion of two views of Mikhail Gorbachev. The paper posits and discusses why Americans view Gorbachev as the hero of world peace and democratization, while Russians view him as the person who destroyed their country and a capitalist stooge. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Gorbi.wps

Legal Reforms Of Gorbachev vs. Yeltsin / Comparative Analysis
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A 15 page research paper examining the legal reforms of Gorbachev and Yeltsin. Specific focus on the attempt to establish 'Rule of Law' and Constitutional Law. Successes and problems in both administrations as related to these concepts is discussed. Extensive bibliography provided.
Filename: Gorbyelt.wps

Mikhail Gorbachev
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This 10 page paper provides a biographical sketch of this former Russian leader. His policies are assessed and his legacy is explored. His popularity is discussed as well as the criticisms and superstitions surrounding his presidency. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: SA47Mik.wps

Parestroika
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An 8 page paper describing the restructuring of the Soviet Union. Special attention is paid to Gorbachev who was the instigator of this movement towards change in Russia. A brief history of the movement and the areas it impacted are mentioned. The KGB, Twelve Year Plan, agriculture, industry, and work conditions are some of the areas affected.
Filename: Parest.wps

The Break up of the U.S.S.R.
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This 5 page paper provides an analysis of the break up of the U.S.S.R. including the causes and who is to blame. Gorbachev’s role is discussed. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: SA19USSR .wps

Marxism and Christianity by Alesdair MacIntyre; An Analysis
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This 7 page report considers Alesdair MacIntyre's book “Marxism and Christianity”. It considers his thoughts as a philosopher and his representation of those thoughts within the book. The content of the book is discussed focussing of the parallels drawn between Lenin and Emperor Constantine. The end of the paper also considers his following book and what changes in thought it presents. The bibliography cites 3 sources.
Filename: TEmacint.rtf

Stalin's And Hitler's Henchmen
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This 5 page paper discusses the follower's of these two autocratic leaders, what they did and why they did it. Stalin also executed millions of people whom he suspected of not being loyal but the crimes of Hitler are so atrocious that Stalin's evilness is sometimes forgotten. The executions began under Lenin's reign and continued under Stalin and then his successors. Stalin's right-hand man, Beria is discussed as are Goering, Hess, Eichmann, Heydrich and Himmler. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: PGstahit.wps

Lenin and Stalin -- Policies and Practices
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A 15 page paper on the policies and practices of these two Russian dictators. The writer parallels Lenin and Stalin and describes their impact on the Russian people. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: Bolshev2.wps

Totalitarianism & Joseph Stalin
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This 10 page paper discusses totalitarianism, in general, and how Stalin's regime of terror and complete control exemplifies it. More than Hitler or Mussolini, Stalin represents totalitarianism at its worst. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Stalinto.wps

From Stalin to Gorbachev
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A 10 page paper which addresses how Gorbachev essentially destroyed everything Stalin had worked for. While gorbachev was successfu lin many changes, many of which included changes that were necessary in relationship to altering Stalin’s creations, Gorbachev did not succeed in doing what he truly wnated to, which was to restructure socialism and enable it to move in a more positive direction. He was successful in bringing the world more peace and stability, and he was certianly successful in changing Russia forever, but he failed in restructuring Stalin’s implementations into a system that would owrk more effeciently. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: RAgorby.wps

Arthur Koestler's 'Darkness at Noon'
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A six page paper looking at Arthur Koestler's novel set during the period of Russia's Great Terror in the late 1930s. The paper shows that the most long-lasting legacy of Stalin's purges was the loss of the idealism that characterized early Communism. Bibliography lists two sources.
Filename: KBkoest.wps

Collectivism and Industrialisation in the Soviet Union 1928 - 1933;
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This 16 page paper considers Stalin and his policies of collectivism in agriculture and industrialisation in the Soviet Union between 1928 and 1933. The social aspect which led to this era and making it possible are considered, along with the contradictory role of the Red Army, and the famine of 1933. The paper also includes the ways in which the peasants resisted and the consequences of that resistance and the reasons for the world outside of the Soviet Union to be so completely unaware of the real internal situation. The bibliography cites 15 sources, three of which are primary media sources from the era of Stalin and this paper.
Filename: TEsoviet.rtf

Joseph Stalin / An Evaluation Of His Military Prowess
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A 7 page paper on the leadership talents and military campaigns of Joseph Stalin. The writer focuses upon Stalin's activities just prior to and during World War II-- particularly the Red Army's conquests in the Far East and elsewhere. It is argued that Stalin should be commended for playing such a significant role in ultimately defeating the Germans. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Stalinww.doc

Joseph Stalin: The Industrialization of Russia
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A 6 page overview of the economic revitalization enacted in Russia in the late 1930s by Joseph Stalin. Describes the accomplishments but emphasizes the costs which were incurred as a result of Stalin's ruthlessness. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPstalin.wps

Milovan Djilas’ “Conversations With Stalin”
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5 pages in length. It is relatively easy to ascertain the underlying meaning behind Milovan Djilas' Conversations With Stalin; when one delves into the depths of what the author is attempting to convey to his audience, one can clearly understand the implications of such a monumental work of historic literature. Indicative of Djilas' title, Conversations With Stalin refers to the personal contact the author had with Stalin, which chronicles the autocratic leader's time in office. Djilas' analysis of Stalin's participation in Russian political history is both significant and poignant in its application; not only does the reader gain considerable insight as to Stalin's intimidating reign, but he also adopts a better understanding of the processes of communism and socialism. The writer offers a critical evaluation of Djilas' book. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Djilas.wps


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