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Robert Payne • 138 Items / 54 Books, 4 Articles, 80 Reviews
The Rise and Fall of Stalin (1965)
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Published Reviews
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    Stalin and Stalinism (Review)
    The Rise and Fall of Stalin, by Robert Payne
    1. The Rise and Fall of Stalin by Robert Payne
    The New Republic, January 1, 1966, pp. 27-29
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    Memories of the Man of Steel (2 Reviews)
    The Rise and Fall of Stalin, by Robert Payne
    1. The Rise and Fall of Stalin by Robert Payne
    2. Stalin's Russia: A Historical Reconsideration by Francis B. Randall
    The Saturday Review, December 11, 1965, p. 40
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    Notes on Bertolt Brecht (7 Reviews)
    Marxism and Democracy, by Herbert Aptheker
    1. Marxism and Democracy by Herbert Aptheker
    2. The Rise and Fall of Stalin by Robert Payne
    3. A Day of Dedication by Albert Fried
    4. The Rise of Indonesian Communism by Ruth T. McVey
    5. The Atlantic Community by Drew Middleton
    6. The Communist Revolution in Asia by Robert A. Scalapino
    7. America in the Twentieth Century by Frank Burt Freidel
    New Politics, Fall 1965, pp. 93-95
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
    1. The Soviet Political System by Alfred G. Meyer
    2. Soviet Military Policy by Raymond L. Garthoff
    3. Soviet Criminal Law and Procedure by Harold J. Berman
    4. The Teachers and the Taught in the USSR by William Benton
    5. Moscow Summer by Mihajlo Mihajlov
    6. Leningrad 1941: The Blockade by Dmitri V. Pavlov
    7. The Rise and Fall of Stalin by Robert Payne
    8. Stalin's Russia: A Historical Reconsideration by Francis B. Randall
    9. Soviet Chess by David John Richards
    10. The Merchant of Revolution by Z.A.B. Zeman and W.B. Scharlau
    11. The New Eastern Europe by J.F. Brown
    Foreign Affairs, July 1966, p. 711