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The Velvet Prison (1988)
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Published Reviews
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    Beyond Socialist Realism (Review)
    The Velvet Prison, by Miklos Haraszti
    1. The Velvet Prison by Miklos Haraszti
    Commentary, February 1988, p. 84
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    The Velvet Prison, by Miklos Haraszti
    1. The Velvet Prison by Miklos Haraszti
    The Washington Monthly, January 1988, p. 57
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    Briefly Noted (3 Reviews)
    General
    1. Bitter Melon by Jeff Gillenkirk and James Motlow
    2. The Velvet Prison by Miklos Haraszti
    3. Myrna Loy: Being and Becoming by James Kotsilibas-Davis and Myrna Loy
    The New Yorker, February 22, 1988, pp. 118-120
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    Book Reviews (4 Reviews)
    The Velvet Prison, by Miklos Haraszti
    1. The Velvet Prison by Miklos Haraszti
    2. When Government Goes Private by Randall Fitzgerald
    3. Searching for Safety by Aaron Wildavsky
    4. The Art of Reasoning by David Kelley
    The Freeman, March 1989, pp. 124-130
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    Soviet-Type Societies (4 Reviews)
    The Need for New Theory
    1. The Soviet Union Demystified by Frank Furedi
    2. The Velvet Prison by Miklos Haraszti
    3. Coercion and Control in Communist Society by Maria Hirszowicz
    4. Perestroika by Svetozar Stojanovic
    Problems of Communism, May 1990, pp. 95-98
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    Hungary (6 Reviews)
    The New Twist
    1. Hungary and the Soviet Bloc by Charles Gati
    2. Show Trials by George H. Hodos
    3. Selected Speeches and Interviews by Janos Kadar
    4. 1956: Counter-Revolution in Hungary~~Nineteen Fifty-Six: Counter-Revolution in Hungary by Janos Berecz
    5. Cry Hungary! Uprising 1956 by Reg Gadney
    6. The Velvet Prison by Miklos Haraszti
    The New York Review of Books, August 18, 1988, pp. 45-49
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    The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe (7 Reviews)
    A Captive Lion, by Elaine Feinstein
    1. A Captive Lion by Elaine Feinstein
    2. The Cheka: Lenin's Political Police by George Leggett
    3. Glasnost--How Open?
    4. The Kazakhs by Martha Brill Olcott
    5. Moscow 2042 by Vladimir Voinovich
    6. The Velvet Prison by Miklos Haraszti
    7. The Wolf of the Kremlin by Stuart Kahan
    Orbis, Winter 1988, pp. 153-156
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    Recent Books on International Relations (17 Reviews)
    The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
    1. Russia and the West by Jerry Hough
    2. The Future of the Soviet Empire by Henry S. Rowen and Charles Wolf, Jr.
    3. Gorbachev at the Helm by Robert F. Miller, John H. Miller, and Thomas Henry Rigby, ...
    4. Soviet Succession Struggles by Anthony D'Agostino
    5. Khrushchev and Khrushchevism by Martin McCauley
    6. Reforming the Soviet Economy by Ed A. Hewett
    7. Soviet Global Strategy by William R. Kintner
    8. Soviet Agriculture by Zhores A. Medvedev
    9. The Soviet Study of International Relations by Allen Lynch
    10. The Soviet Union in Transition by Kinya Niiseki
    11. Glasnost: How Open? by Leonard R. Sussman
    12. Recollections of a Pioneering Sovietologist by John N. Hazard
    13. World Socialism at the Crossroads by Silviu Brucan
    14. Eastern Europe and Communist Rule by J.F. Brown
    15. Show Trials by George H. Hodos
    16. The Velvet Prison by Miklos Haraszti
    17. Democracy in a Communist Party by Werner G. Hahn
    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1988, pp. 1129-1133