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The Russian Revolution (1990)
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Published Reviews
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    Modern Europe (Review)
    The Russian Revolution, by Richard Pipes
    1. The Russian Revolution by Richard Pipes
    The American Historical Review, December 1991, pp. 1581-1582
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    The Russian Revolution (Review)
    The Russian Revolution, by Richard Pipes
    1. The Russian Revolution by Richard Pipes
    The American Spectator, April 1991, p. 37
  3. Books & the Arts
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    Who Is to Be Blamed? (Review)
    The Russian Revolution, by Richard Pipes
    1. The Russian Revolution by Richard Pipes
    The Nation, February 18, 1991, pp. 202-203
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    In the Grand Manner (Review)
    The Russian Revolution, by Richard Pipes
    1. The Russian Revolution by Richard Pipes
    The National Interest, Summer 1991, pp. 85-90
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    Unsacred History (Review)
    The Russian Revolution, by Richard Pipes
    1. The Russian Revolution by Richard Pipes
    The New Republic, November 5, 1990, pp. 34-35
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    The Russian Revolution in Comparative Perspective (3 Reviews)
    The Russian Revolution, by Richard Pipes
    1. The Russian Revolution by Richard Pipes
    2. Citizens by Simon Schama
    3. The Reluctant Revolutionaries by W.A. Speck
    Problems of Communism, November 1991, pp. 124-134
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    The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe (4 Reviews)
    Dubcek, by William Shawcross
    1. Dubcek by William Shawcross
    2. Reflections on the Revolution in Europe by Ralf Dahrendorf
    3. The Russian Revolution by Richard Pipes
    4. Stalin in Power by Robert C. Tucker
    Orbis, Summer 1991, pp. 466-468
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    Random Notes (11 Reviews)
    The Road to Disunion, Vol. I, by William W. Freehling
    1. The Road to Disunion, Vol. I by William W. Freehling
    2. The Lees of Virginia by Paul C. Nagel
    3. The Great Crusade by H.P. Willmott
    4. Memoirs of the Second World War by Winston S. Churchill
    5. Life: World War II by Richard B. Stolley
    6. The U.S. Army in World War II: A Pictorial Record
    7. The Russian Revolution by Richard Pipes
    8. In All His Glory by Sally Bedell Smith
    9. Vladimir Nabokov: The Russian Years, 1899-1940 by Brian Boyd
    10. Beijing Diary by Charlton Heston
    11. The Christmas Cookie Book by Judy Knipe and Barbara Marks
    National Review, December 17, 1990, p. 56
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    Recent Books on International Relations (21 Reviews)
    The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
    1. The Russian Revolution by Richard Pipes
    2. The Man Who Changed the World by Gail Sheehy
    3. The New Russians by Hedrick Smith
    4. Farewell Perestroika by Boris Kagarlitsky
    5. Is Stalinism Really Dead? by Alexander S. Tsipko
    6. The Second Socialist Revolution by Tatyana Zaslavskaya
    7. Moscow and Beyond, 1986 to 1989 by Andrei D. Sakharov
    8. The USSR's Emerging Multiparty System by Vera Tolz
    9. The Thaw Generation by Ludmilla Alexeyeva and Paul Goldberg
    10. Stalin: The Glasnost Revelations by Walter Laqueur
    11. Stalin's War Against the Jews by Louis Rapoport
    12. The Withering Away of the Totalitarian State... and Other Surprises by Jeane J. Kirkpatrick
    13. The West and the Soviet Union by Gregory Flynn and Richard E. Greene
    14. Pluralism and Social Conflict by Silviu Brucan
    15. Opening the Soviet System by George Soros
    16. Reflections on the Revolution in Europe by Ralf Dahrendorf
    17. Fallen Dominions, Reviving Powers by George Liska
    18. The Moral Collapse of Communism by John Clark and Aaron Wildavsky
    19. The Web of Disinformation by David Martin
    20. Limits and Possibilities by Bogdan Denitch
    21. Albanian Stalinism by Arshi Pipa
    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1991, pp. 190-194